Total loan: $275

Dinis Paola

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Soledad (Atlántico), Atlantico, Colombia / Food

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A loan helped to invest in the purchase of vegetables, potatoes, yuca, meat, chicken, rice, disposables, etc.

Dinis Paola's story

Dinia Paola is a young microentrepreneur, 25, who is married and lives in the town of Soledad with her family. This entrepreneur has more than three years experience in the gastronomy sector. She opened a restaurant where she sells lunches, breakfasts, and fast food. Since she was young, she learned the trade. Dinis always prepared delicacies for her family members since she always wanted to make her flavors known to other people. They suggested that she start her own business. With the help of her husband, she managed to do this and gradually gain recognition expanding her clientele and, thanks to this, has managed to help her household's finances. Due to the pandemic, her sales have been affected and with that her income. So she is seeking to mitigate the impact of Covid 19 and currently is applying for a crediKiva, the first loan she has taken from Fundación Santo Domingo to invest in the purchase of vegetables, yuca, meat, chicken, rice, disposables etc.

This businesswoman needs an injection of capital to strengthen her business. Dinis thinks that the key to her business is to respond to the requests of her customers in a timely manner in order to have greater productivity and expand her income thus improving her quality of life. Support her with her loan. It will be a success.