A loan of $1,000 helped to purchase fruits and vegetables in bulk to stock her business.

Rosa Alicia's story

Rosa Alicia lives with her two children in their own house, and she makes a living selling fruits and vegetables, including: strawberries, bananas, oranges, tomatoes, onions, chiles and other produce. She has been working in this industry for many years, and has gained valuable experience in buying produce in bulk to generate the best profit margins upon its resale. She sells her produce from a stall in a market, which is a great location for attracting new customers. Rosa Alicia already has a wide customer base, since she sells fresh, high quality produce at affordable prices and with excellent service.

Rosa Alicia is an entrepreneurial woman who is dedicated to her work and goals in life, and she is always looking for new opportunities to grow her business and succeed. In recent weeks, customer demand for her produce has increased substantially, and she is now looking for new ways to keep up with demand and invest in her business. Since she does not have the capital necessary to keep up with client demand, she is requesting this loan from INTEGRAL. Rosa Alicia plans to use the support from this loan to purchase fruits and vegetables in bulk to stock her business. With good references and a solid history of repayments, Rosa Alicia is confident that she can quickly pay off the loan. She is grateful for this opportunity, which she hopes will strengthen her business and lead to a better quality of life for her family.

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Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Gillian Goodrich

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