Update on Benita LissetteThe food smell seduces us when we enter Benita's house. Benita is a 32-year old woman who has worked as a food seller for 9 years. She has a 6-year old son and works everyday knowing that his child's education is in her hands. Everything started with a few orders from close friends. After a while and with some savings, she got the house ready to sell food together with her mother and partner.
Benita's expectations are high, as she feels she can keep growing and increasing the variety and quantity of the products she sells. This is why she needs a loan to buy meat, rice, chicken, veggies and sodas, among others, to serve a good amount of clients and increase her stock. She plans to promote her product in a food buffet in the center of her city. Her goal for now is to improve the condition of her dining room, making it bigger.
Las expectativas de Benita son altas, pues siente que podrá seguir creciendo y subiendo la variedad y cantidad de su producto. Es por esta razón que necesita de un préstamo para comprar carne, arroz, pollo, vegetales, gaseosas, ente otros productos para tener suficiente producto para abarcar una buena cantidad de clientes, que inmediatamente le permitirá incrementar su inventario. Entre sus planes está dar a conocer su producto en el centro de la ciudad, en un bufet de comida. Por el momento le gustaría mejorar las condiciones de su comedor, ampliando el espacio del local.
Previous Loan DetailsBenita, 31, is from the city of León. She's married and the mother of one child, age 5. Benita has made a living selling food for eight years and it has been profitable. Her mother, who started this business, helps her. First they offered two types of food but because of customer demand now... More from Benita Lissette's previous loan »
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