Vivian is 29 years old, married, and has one child. She rents out plastic chairs and tables for events and functions such as weddings. She has been in this business for the past three years and currently makes a monthly income of 10,000 Kenya Shillings. She also has a cereals shop.
This will be her first loan term with KADET LTD and she plans to use the loan to buy more plastic chairs for hire. This will enable her to have more stock of chairs and thereby meet the demands of her customers. She will also use part of the amount to buy more cereals to sell. She will use the anticipated income to add more plastic chairs, tables, and even tents for hire.
Vivian hopes to grow her business and make more income so that she is able to to take care of her family.
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