A loan of $1,900 helped to purchase an additional inventory of clothing and shoes, in order to add to her fall and winter assortments.


Natalya's story

Natalya lives in east of Ukraine, in the town of Nikopol. She has a husband and three grown children, who live separately. Natalya sells women's clothing and shoes. The merchandise, that Natalya offers in her store, is more exclusive and of high quality, and not cheap. She has loyal customers. Ntalya started her business 16 years ago with the sales of Eu De Toilette and then decided to transition to merchandise that has the most add-on, and started to sell women's clothing and shoes. Currently, she her merchandise is valued at 100 000 hryvnia. Natalya plans to use the 15 000 hryvnia loan to purchase an additional inventory of clothing and shoes, in order to add to her fall and winter assortments. Thanks to the success of her business, Natalya was able to buy apartments for all of her three children. She plans to further develop her sales business, while she has strength to do so.

Translated from Russian by Kiva volunteer Anna Sorokina-Hailey



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