Agbango Gilbert Aetaaba
63 installments • 86%
I ventured into business in 2013 so raise capital to support my education.
It became imperative for me to commence this venture when all plans to access funds to pay my fees proved futile.
Hence, I had to start a business with the meager funds I had in my possession.
by God's grace I started a shoe business which is thriving.
I am into shoe business which I must say is growing gradually. I started this business in 2013 with the mind of gathering money to pay my school fees.
I sell mostly male shoes made up of leather and sandals
Apart from selling, I additionally make shoes sandals for people which earns me some cash everyday.
The loan has helped increase my sales by 35%. I anticipate a further increase by 48% when I receive my second loan.
Hello Benevolent Lenders,
This is Gilbert Agbango, am a business man who deals in shoes. I sell leather made shoes to the people of Zebilla and its environs.
I hope that a boost in profits will help me accomplish my my aim of creating opportunities for others.
I look forward to paying my loan religiously and working with you.
May 5, 2017
Cost to entrepreneur
Service fee: $3.29