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Total loan: $1,475

Felix Enrique

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Cartagena de Indias, Bolivar, Colombia / Health

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A loan helped to invest in the purchase of medications, diapers, cotton balls, acetaminophen, rubbing alcohol, Band-Aids, swabs, face masks, antibacterial gels etc.


Felix Enrique's story

Felix Enrique is a 54-year old micro-entrepreneur who lives with his family in Cartagena. This entrepreneur earns his living selling pharmaceutical products.

Felix went to school and got certified as a medication sales manager so he could open his business. This professional pharmacist started his drugstore in a small shop situated in his home. He used his own capital to start selling basic first-aid products. His business has grown and his market has expanded. Additionally, the products he sells have a high turnover, which generates excellent profits. All this is because of the excellent service he provides and the sector his shop is located in.

Thanks to the economic recovery, his business is on the rise, which is why Felix is looking to mitigate the impact of Covid-19. He is currently applying for a credikiva, his first financing through Fundación Santo Domingo. He will invest the funds in purchasing medications, diapers, cotton balls, acetaminophen, rubbing alcohol, Band-Aids, swabs, face masks, antibacterial gel etc.

This entrepreneur has the infrastructure he needs to expand his business's inventory of products. That is why he needs an injection of capital. It will strengthen his business and generate increased income, which will provide his family with security and well-being.

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