James is a 53-year-old man, married with one child. He sells second-hand shoes in Gikomba market. He sells the shoes in bulk to other small scale traders. This is his primary business which he has been doing for the last eight years.
James finds this business profitable and is very optimistic about his future. He has applied for a business loan as a first cycle loan from KADET LTD., so that he can expand his business by adding more stock of shoes for sale. He is hopeful that from the profits of his trade, he will be able to give his family a better life.
He desires to expand and open another branch for his business and give his child a good college education.
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