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Juan
Juan, who is 46 years of age, is a hard-working and determined man who likes the work, in addition to being cheerful and sociable. He is married to Nelith who is a business woman and mother of their 2 daughters. They live together their daughters and their spouses and one granddaughter, whom they love very much. They live comfortably in their own home which they bought with the fruit of their effort.

The activity that Juan performs is the sale of carbonated beverages of various flavors and brands, making them cold for the pleasure of his customers. For this, he relies a refrigerator that he bought with a loan and installed it in his home. From there, he attends them [the customers] in a kind and cordial manner, knowing that with this treatment he will win his customers’ preference.

He started with a loan from MFP which allowed him to make his first purchases. Seeing the benefit that his business had, with the earnings that he had left, he returned to invest.

He considers his business pretty worthwhile for the profit it leaves him and for the constant consumption of carbonated beverages because of the heat in the area.

Before starting this business, he comments that he didn’t have problems, but he did have the desire to count on an additional income to support his partner with the household expenses.

Therefore, now seeing the good results, he has plans to continue with his business and expand his merchandise to see his business grow.

This is his fourth loan with the MFP institution. He is grateful for the opportunity to count on financial support. This way he will feel more secure in advancing his business. With the requested amount of 3000 soles, he will invest all of it in the purchase of carbonated drinks of diverse flavors, looking for lower prices for his bulk purchases. In this way, he wishes to obtain better earnings.
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Juan, de 46 años de edad, es un hombre trabajador y luchador que le gusta el trabajo, además de ser alegre y sociable. Es casado con Nelith quien es comerciante y madre de sus 02 hijas. Viven en compañía de su pareja, sus hijas y 1 nieta a quienes quiere mucho, habitan cómodamente su propia casa que compraron con el fruto de su esfuerzo.
La actividad que realiza Juan es la venta de bebidas gasificadas de variados sabores y marcas, haciéndolas helar al gusto de sus clientes, para eso cuenta con un refrigeradora que compró con un préstamo y la instaló en su casa, desde allí los atiende de manera amable y cordial, sabiendo que con ese trato se ganará la preferencia de sus clientes.
Se inició con un préstamo de MFP, que le sirvió para realizar sus primeras compras, viendo la acogida que tuvo su negocio y con las ganancias que le dejaba, volvio a invertir.
Considera a su negocio bastante rentable por las ganancias que le deja y por el consumo constante de las bebidas gasificadas por lo caluroso de la zona.
Antes de empezar con su negocio, nos comenta que no tenía problemas, pero si el deseo de contar con un ingreso económico adicional, para apoyar a su pareja con los gastos del hogar.
Por tanto, ahora viendo los buenos resultados, tiene planes de continuar con su negocio y aumentar su mercadería para ver crecer su negocio.
Este es el préstamo número 04 con la institución MFP. Está agradecido con la oportunidad de contar con un apoyo financiero, así se sentirá más seguro para avanzar con su negocio. Con el monto solicitado de 3000 nuevos soles, lo invertirá en su totalidad en la compra de bebidas gasificadas de diversos sabores, buscando precios más bajos por sus compras en volumen, de esa manera desea obtener mayores ganancias.

About Peru

  • $6,715
    Average annual income
  • 53
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    Peru Loans Fundraising
  • $55,923,400
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 2.6
    Peru Nuevos Soles (PEN) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $1,200 helped Juan to buy diverse flavors of carbonated beverages.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Jan 16, 2013
Listed
Feb 1, 2013
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Aug 19, 2013