Emilio G., 46, is married and owns his own house in the city of San Antonio. Emilio and his wife have 2 grown daughters. One of them is in the exterior for work and the other, who lives with him and his wife, is at the university. Emilio has operated a business for 7 years selling wholesale and retail supplies of fuel. He operates the business from his house and employs two people to help him run it. He has a good customer base and he told us that fuel sales are always profitable. Most of his customers buy large quantities because the quality of his stocks is high. Consequently, he needs the loan for operating capital. He also needs to repair the vehicle that he uses to deliver the fuel that he sells. He says that the loans are very useful because they allow him to comply with his customers' demands and deliver their orders on time.
El sr. Emilio G. tiene 46 años, esta casado, y viven en casa propia en la ciudad de San Antonio. Emilio y su esposa tienen 2 hijas mayores. Una de ellas está en el exterior por motivos laborales y la otra vive con los mismos, está en la Universidad.
El Sr. Emilio tiene desde hace 7 años la venta de carbón a mayorista (wholesale) y minorista (retail). El negocio funciona en su domicilio ya que es propio, cuenta con dos personales a su cargo.
Cuenta con buena cantidad de clientes y nos comenta que la Venta de Carbón siempre es rentable. La mayoría de sus clientes compran a gran cantidad por la calidad que el ofrece, por eso recurre al crédito para tener mayor capital operativo. Tambien para la reparación del vehículo que utiliza para el reparto del mismo.
Dice que los créditos son muy útiles porque siempre brinda la posibilidad de cumplir con sus clientes, en las entregas a tiempo de los pedidos.
About Fundación Paraguaya
Fundación Paraguaya is a financially self-sustaining social enterprise that promotes entrepreneurship in urban and rural areas through microfinance, education programs, and more. Its focus on agriculture has helped many farmers boost their crop yields. And a number of other borrowers have taken out loans to start and grow social businesses that have helped deliver eyeglasses, medicines and other helpful services in their local communities.