Dúo Las Victorias De San Martin Group
Victoria owns two shoe shops selling shoes in general for children and adults; she also sells sandals, backpacks and cosmetics in general like creams, shampoo, cologne, etc. The end of the year is approaching and she must buy more shoes in various styles and sizes so that customers will start to see that she has new colors and quality shoes on sale.
This is why she’s asking for a Kiva loan again so that she can place her orders with suppliers and not wait to the last moment to buy merchandise. She must also start to stock up on more cosmetics to offer everything to her customers and not disappoint them. She hopes you will be able to help her with her business.
About FAPEFAPE, the Foundation for the Assistance of Small Businesses, is a nonprofit, socially-minded institution that provides loans to micro-entrepreneurs across Guatemala.
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