A loan of $225 helped to stock her store.


Yanett Auxiliadora's story

Yanett is 28 years old and from Granada. She is the mother of a three year old son and has a grocery store. She started her business with the help of a small loan from a financial institution and decided then and there to begin buying second hand clothing and shoes. He has her husband’s encouragement and he helps her tend to customers. She also sells vegetables as another way to generate an income and diversify her business. She is satisfied with her business because it’s very profitable and she has steady customers.

On this occasion she is asking for a loan to buy merchandise such as clothing, shoes, rice, melons, tomatoes, sugar, beans, cooking oil, soap, and all the necessary supplies to stock her store. She estimates that this loan will be helpful and she will be able to invest in her business, attract more customers, and increase her income. Her plans for the future are to expand her store and her next goal is to become a great entrepreneur with her own clothing store so that she and her son can get ahead.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Hugo Reyes


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