A loan of $1,375 helped to buy a logo machine, shirts and sweatshirts.


David Israel's story

David, at 24 years of age, is a businessman. He began selling clothes that he acquires in Guayaquil, since the costs are lower there, and then sells them in Libertad. He was selling jeans, shirts, underwear, shorts, and sweatshirts and currently he is creating logos for T-shirts. He works all day from Monday to Saturday because he has no helper, however since he is single, he does not have any responsibilities. At the moment he has not had any problems since he has not suffered major mishaps.

The loan he is requesting is to buy a logo machine, shirts and sweatshirts to sell. In the future he wants to have his own machines since in order to have logos, you need to create a brand and it can only be used once.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Diane Chaney



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