A loan of $2,000 helped expand my Tuperware business through the purchase of a larger assortment of inventory.


Ana's story

My name is Ana Del Bosque. I arrived in Los Angeles from Mexico City looking for a better future for my two children. I began to work in this country as a seamstress, but as a single mother, I had to work long hours to make ends meet. Sadly, I left my children in school and daycare for long hours. Of course, I regret not having had enough time to spend with my kids to care for and nurture them when they were younger. Now that my third child is growing up so fast, I wish to spend more time with him before he grows up. Also, my three sisters and I, each take a turn of year to care for our 78 year old mother, who had stroke 3 years. I realize that the best way to do this was to find a business opportunity where I could manage my own time and structure my work around my son’s schedule so that we could have a better quality of life.


This loan is special because:

It helps an Hispanic entrepreneur to grow her business



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About Del Bosque Tupperware

Industry: Services
Years in operation: New Business


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