Epmcc Plus Group
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A loan helped to increase the inventory of her business by buying two sacks of mangoes and reselling them for a profit.
Epmcc Plus Group's story
Tyty sells fruits and other miscellaneous items. She sells them in a market located in the western part of Kinshasa. She has been in business since 1997. She has borrowed four loans from MFI HOPE DRC for business expansion, and she fully repaid them. With the next loan, Tyty will be able to meet customer demand and generate additional profits. She will buy two sacks of mangoes to resell for a profit. Her business makes 30 USD in profit each day. One of Tyty's strategies for keeping her clients is to tell them in advance about any change that can occur in business. Her ambition is to become a fruit provider. Tyty is 30 years old. She is married and has four children between ages 4 and 18 years old. Two of them go to school.