Total loan: $300

Coralia Guadalupe

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, , El Salvador / Clothing

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A loan helped to buy shirts, underwear, pants, etc. to have new merchandise and meet customer demand.

Coralia Guadalupe's story

Coralia lives with her partner and three-month-old baby. Her business is selling clothing and she has a pupusa (stuffed tortilla) business. She opened both businesses over five years ago and her brother helped out economically to get them going.

Coralia does not have a specific work schedule for her clothing business but her work hours on weekends for selling pupusas is from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

She is applying for a loan because she needs work capital to stock her business. She will invest in the purchase of shirts, underwear, pants, etc. in order to have new merchandise to satisfy customer demand. Her investment goal is to increase sales and earn more profit.

Her dream is to open her own shop and have better economic conditions.