Ninfa Del Rocio
Update on Ninfa Del RocioNinfa is a 45 year-old woman, head of the household since the separation from her ex-husband and tireless fighter who always looks for the best to offer her children. More than 13 years ago she started working as a seamstress, a job that she learned as an option to generate income that would permit her to cover the basic expenses of her family. She offers her services to third parties, for whom she makes shirts and work shirts. She works every day and has the advantage that she is known in the market because of her extensive experience. In addition, she has been offering her services to the same clients for 10 years who trust and know her products; therefore, she has work all year.
She is applying for the loan as support to buy supplies in bulk (fabric, thread, buttons, among others). Therefore, she will have prime materials available to fulfill the orders in an agile and opportune manner to be able to acquire more contracts. This will benefit her economy, upon receiving more income for each production.
Ninfa pushes herself for a medium-term future, strengthening and growing her business, so that it may have a greater fiscal and financial structure to be able to create new work opportunities and thus guarantee a favorable profitability to give her children quality university education. She dreams of seeing them become full and successful professionals.
Solicita el crédito como apoyo para comprar insumos al por mayor (telas, hilos, botones. Entre otros), así tendrá materia prima disponible para cumplir con los pedidos de manera ágil y oportuna para poder adquirir más contratos, lo que beneficiará su economía, al recibir mejores ingresos por cada producción.
Ninfa se proyecta para un futuro a mediano plazo, fortaleciendo y ampliando más su negocio, que tenga una estructura tanto física como financiera más amplia para poder generar nuevas oportunidades de empleo y así garantizar una rentabilidad favorable para dar a sus hijos educación universitaria de calidad; pues sueña con verlos convertirse en profesionales íntegros y exitosos.
Previous Loan DetailsNinfa is a creative person who wants to improve her life. Her four children have been her main motivation to go in search of better opportunities. For 12 years, she has worked making clothing and jewelry, which has allowed her to give her family a better quality of life. She has many customers... More from Ninfa Del Rocio's previous loan »
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