Irene Njeri Miano
336 installments • 7%
My name is Irene Njeri Miano from Nakuru County, I live at Nakuru Blanket company compound at the house NO.12, I was born and brought up in Nakuru County, I come from a family of 7 children three Ladies and four men. I am the sixth born in our family.
I attended Gwara primary school located in Nanyuki, at Gathioro location and later I joined Mumberes Girls Secondary school at Timboroa along Nakuru, Eldoret highway for my secondary education and after my Secondary Education I decided to settle after few years, I therefore took my computer cause and I finished my certificate in computer, then later I got married to my lovely husband. We are blessed with one kid.
We started our business as a family ( My husband and I ) in Nakuru county along gilanis road in the year 2006, We sell shoes specifically for the ladies, our business as I said above it is along Ginanis supper market Road behind Equity BANK Building.
I have a business of selling ladies shoes which is located at Nakuru, along Gilanis supper market, behind Equity bank Building I buy in bails and also selecting the best shoes I know my customers loves the most which per shoes will cost me to a sum of 200/= per pair, and I sell it at a cost of between 500/=-600/= per pair also will depend upon our agreement with my customers.
I also do online selling through my face book page and people from Eldoret and other places do order shoes and I supply to them. this second loan will help me increase my stock from what I had before and am looking forward to get new shoes from UGANDA, i have done my searches and found that in UGANDA ill get good shoes at a good price and sell them at a goods interest here in nakuru.e.g if i buy at 250ksh in kenye il buy 150kenya shilling in uganda and after xpenditures and capital is removed.
I use the profit to support my husband and family help, also 10% of my profit goes to help the community through supporting an organization that works with poor children and families, and also use to continue the business by restocking it this means each month I get average of Ksh26,000 monthly, I would like upgrade my business I would like to buy more shoes especially the new designs that have just arrived in the market, I hope that lenders will grant me this opportunity to expand my business since I am working towards owning a big shop in Nakuru that deals with women cloths and shoes.this second loan will be a great boost to my work and family too. GOD BLESS YOU LENDERS...
I will use the loan to boost my business since it is in a very strategic place where many customers comes to buy shoes for ladies. This initiative will not only make an impact to my life and my daughter but also to the community. I am impressed with the work of the economist and Buddhist practitioner Charles
Eisenstein. He talks extensively about building
Mar 11, 2014