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igrew in hardship schooling in rural area but i overcame my hardship through hardwork at school by then my mum was selling clothes when ifinished secondary school she left me in charge of business though with little resources so isecured short term loans to boost the business.i enjoy to see people smart so that is what drove me to business.the most unique thing is that we like visitors.iwant my children to be entrepenuers.ienjoy music alot.
thank you zidisha. for investing in me currently i run two businesess all courtesy of zidisha the clothing one and the one for tent hire and also working in hospitallity industry which is abig boost to my businesses because that is where i draw my customers.as for the loan im applying today is for another different business venture that is an executive barbershop that will cost around kshs.350000.so iknow my limit has not reached that much but with savings from my two businesses and part of my salary together with loan i am applying will be able to help start this business in aplace
i haveseen an opportunity for an executive barbershop.this will boost me financially and i am going to employ 2 staff permanently and 2 casuals. iwill appreciate if you will fund me.
this is what i will do with the loan. iwill go for ready made clothes new ones at awholesale price then sale them at retail prices. reason being it will reduce production cost for me. the only cost iwill incur is for the luuggage then rent astall at anearby market and employ somebody to fully run the business.
Oct 11, 2016
Cost to entrepreneur
Service fee: $11.79
Caleb opted to pay $189.18 into the Zidisha Members Loan Fund in return for a higher starting credit limit.