A loan helped a member to restock more clothes for the summer season.

Tazel Styles Group's story

Ressie is a 35-year-old entrepreneur who is into selling clothing for a living. She operates a flea market in a busy business area of Chitungwiza. She also has another table in Harare central business district where she employs a worker. Ressie goes to neighboring countries twice or thrice a month to restock a variety of clothing. She restocks with $1,000 for her two tables to maximize sales. She formed a business group with her two friends and named it Tazel Styles.

Ressie currently lives at her parents’ house and is the breadwinner of her family. Ressie used her share of the loan to restock more clothes for the summer as winter season has just ended.

In this group: Loveness , Petronella , Ressie

This loan is special because:

It helps women access affordable funding with targeted business training.

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