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Total loan: $450

Maryorie Pilin

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Barranquilla, Atlantico, Colombia / Retail

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A loan helped to invest in purchase of assorted merchandise such as jeans, shorts, skirts, cell phones, cables, speakers, video games, etc.


Maryorie Pilin's story

Maryorie Pilin, age 36, is an entrepreneur who lives with her family in the city of Barranquilla. She is the single mother of two children. She is a tough woman who started her business due to the need to generate income for her household.

She sells merchandise such as children's clothing, shirts, jeans, blouses, t-shirts, shorts, and cell phone accessories. Maryorie has 15 years' experience in this work. With her own income, little by little she has been buying all types of products to stock her store, which she set up in a rented shop to sell her items. Her principal clients are friends, neighbors, relatives, referrals, and passers-by to whom she offers a wide range of excellent quality products, generated good returns and profits.

Due to the pandemic, her sales and income were affected. Thanks to the economic reactivation, her sales are increasing. To mitigate the impact of Covid-19, now she is applying for a Kiva loan, her first financing from the Fundación Santo Domingo. She will invest in the purchase of assorted merchandise such as jeans, shorts, skirts, cell phones, cables, speakers, video games, etc. This entrepreneur needs an injection of capital to strengthen her business plan, expand her sales, increase her profitability, and improve her quality of life. Please support her loan; it will be a success.