Jeimy has 3 children, ages 11, 9 and 2. She sells shoes from a catalog. She sells from her own home and also visits her clients to show them the catalog so they can place their orders. The shoes she sells the most are women´s. She will use this loan to purchase the shoes her clients have ordered from her. She says her biggest challenge is to get her customers to pay her on time. She dreams of one day renting a space where she can have her own store and sell not only shoes, but also clothes and accessories.
Yasmel has a one-year-old daughter. She sells clothes for all ages. The highest demand she gets is for women´s clothing. She buys her merchandise by bundles in order to buy a larger amount at a much smaller price. She sells from home, where her customers visit her. Her dream is to one day have her own store in Avenida Duarte in Santo Domingo (the largest commercial strip in the city).
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