Collins is 28 years old, married and supports a family of two children aged between one and four. His spouse supports him in meeting some of their financial needs. He runs a stationery shop in Marigat, which has been in operation for the last three years, with an income of KES 25,000.
Collins is requesting his first loan of KES 30,000 with KADET LTD for a period of six months. With this loan he intends to purchase stationery products such as exercise books, textbooks, rulers, geometry sets and pencils for resale.
With the profits he intends to expand his business by offering printing services, in order to diversify his sources of income. His future plan is to expand his business to a wholesale bookshop.
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