A loan of $950 helps to buy notebooks, reams of paper, colored markers, stuffed toys, personal care products, and other merchandise for her variety store.
Vanessa Ercilia's story
Vanessa is an enterprising woman who is 30 years old and a resident of the city of Barranquilla. She has a variety store and also sells fast food. Vanessa started her business approximately seven years ago. She previously worked as an assistant at a retail shop, where she learned everything about logistics, inventory management, and other skills. Afterwards, she decided to become independent and start a business of her own. In addition, she sells fast food at night. Vanessa offers her services and generates sales each day. Her customers pay with cash and consist mainly of neighbors, passersby, and other people from the surrounding communities.
Vanessa is currently requesting her first Kiva loan from Fundación Santo Domingo so that she can increase the operating capital of her business. She will use the money to buy merchandise for her variety store such as notebooks, reams of paper, colored markers, stuffed toys, personal care products, and other items. This will help to increase her sales and her business profits. Please support her business loan.