A loan of $2,000 helped me to buy inventory like pants, shirts, sweaters. I also would like to purchase mannequins and display shelves so that I can organize the store in an organized way.


Juan's story

My name is Juan Bautista and I was born in Todos Santos, Guatemala. I arrived in Oakland five years ago to join my parents and my brothers and sisters. I started working for a company assembling furniture four days a week. I realized I have three free days a week, so I decided to use my extra time and energy to start a business that I could grow and help to create a better life for myself and my family. That is how the idea of my clothing store was born.


This loan is special because:

This loan supports an immigrant from Guatemala and his business



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About Ropa Casual

Industry: Clothing
Years in operation: New Business


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