Update on Héctor EmilioHéctor, 60 years old, lives in the city of Medellín, where he works daily from 10 am - 12 am in a delicatessen, which he set up with a lot of effort and dedication. Thanks to this work he has managed to get his family ahead, made up of his wife and two children.
His biggest dream is to guarantee his family decent living conditions and ensure the growth and durability of his business in the market, as he is convinced that this will be the legacy he will leave to his children and them to his grandchildren. With the aim of improving the hygienic and healthy conditions of his business, Héctor is asking for a loan which he will invest in making alterations to his premises in order to offer a better service and to buy a range of products so he has an inventory of stock.
Su mayor sueño es garantizarle a su familia condiciones de vida digna y velar por el crecimiento y la permanencia en el mercado de su negocio, ya que está convencido que éste será el legado que le entregará a sus hijos y estos a su nietos.
Con el fin de mejorar las condiciones higiénicas y de salubridad de su negocio, Héctor se encuentra solicitando un crédito que invertirá en adecuaciones locativas para prestar un mejor servicio y la compra de surtido para contar con un stock de inventario.
Previous Loan DetailsHéctor, age 59, works every day until 12 midnight in order to get his family ahead. He has two children. He has had a cured meats shop for 20 years. It is widely known by the inhabitants of his neighborhood and bordering neighborhoods. It is well-known not only for his years of experience, but… More from Héctor Emilio's previous loan »
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