Update on Jairo Alberto"If there's a will, there's a way." With this phrase, Jairo, 41, narrates how he became an orthodontist. Although his family lacked the financial resources to pay for his studies, Jairo started working in the daytime and studying in the evenings. Doing that, he was able to graduate an orthodontist. He worked in different offices in the city until he decided to start his own practice in order to improve his economic condition and guarantee his family a better quality of life.
His biggest challenge is competition, as there are many orthodontic centres, but he assures us that this fact helps him reinvent himself every day in order to improve his work. Currently, he wants to make improvements to his office and buy dental implements like silicone, resin, cotton and a drill.
For this, he is requesting a loan that will permit him to offer higher quality services.
Su mayor reto es la competencia, debido a que existen muchos centros odontológicos, pero asegura que este factor le ayuda a reinventarse cada día para hacer mejor su labor.
En la actualidad desea realizar adecuaciones locativas y compra de implementos de trabajo como siliconas, recinas, algodones, y una fresa. por lo cual se encuentra solicitando un crédito que le permitirá ofrecer un servicio de mayor calidad.
Previous Loan DetailsJairo is a very hardworking person, thanks to which he has succeeded in getting ahead despite the great difficulties he has confronted in his life. Jairo is a dentist and has been engaged in this profession for the past 8 years. Thanks to his effort and dedication to his work he succeeded in open... More from Jairo Alberto's previous loan »
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