Total loan: $7,175

Mosojcito Group

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Potosi, Potosi Department, Bolivia / Retail

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A loan helped to buy a variety of shoes to sell and expand her inventory.

Mosojcito Group's story

Bertha Mayte, 32, is married and has a child.

She started her business selling socks and polo shirts. She did it to become independent and be able to help her husband. Although they have a good relationship, she thinks that these days the economy is so unstable that she needs to save as much as possible for any emergency.

She's getting into shoe sales in markets in towns like Belén, because some of her acquaintances live there and she started to sell shoes to her family members and acquaintances and saw that the profit was good. Then she started to travel to La Paz and bring shoes in bulk. Now she not only sells to relatives and acquaintances, she started to trust other people and sell to them on credit. Thankfully it went very well for her and they paid her, so she got excited about getting this loan and being able to grow her business that way.

She wants to make her business grow and be able to have a fixed space at a store with several branches to sell her products. Also, on a personal level she wants her son to be a professional.