A loan of $200 helped to buy basic ingredients wholesale (sugar, vegetable dye, little wooden sticks).

Davison Arturo's story

Davison is a young entrepreneur of 20 who does not have sufficient economic resources, and for that reason he earns a living working as an independent businessman. He makes cotton candy, and he sells it as a street vendor in the different streets of the town where he lives. Thus he generates sufficient resources to pay the household expenses.

The loan that he has applied for will be a help to capitalize his business. With the money, he will buy basic ingredients wholesale (sugar, vegetable dye, and little wooden sticks). This will allow him to obtain the ingredients at a lower cost, which translates into an increase in profitability and in his income from selling his products.

Davison, with his effort, discipline, and dedication, wants to advance in his business, and in the future he wants to become a wholesale distributor of sweets. Thus little by little he will be able to improve his quality of life and his well-being.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Pam McMurry

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