Grow my business

Juma Nassoro

Mombasa, Kenya

Funds disbursed

$0 to go

100% funded of $19 goal

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Entrepreneur

Name

Juma Nassoro

Member since

April 2017

On-time repayments

32 installments  •  41%

About Me

I'm self employed,After I completed my secondary education level I decided to think of a business idea,and I borrowed funds from my family and friends,and other fund from my own savings and I came up with a business which grows at increasing rate.
I'm in university level,I do part time work(business),I do my best to keep myself in school and also to make sure I eat and fund my education.

My Business

I generate my income from leasing of my goods,and also support from my parents and revenue from my own bsusiness.I get almost 10k per month.I buy products from wholesalers and I resell...
I always venture in different business all to make sure I'm getting enough Profit.I bake cakes and sell them around densely populated areas and also fresh Juice like Mango and passion which I make them by myself.

Project Proposal

I would use the funds to purchase more stock for my business,increase the inventory supply into my business
Since the business is growing at very high rate I need the fund to buy the stock in order to meet my demands and not to
loose the new customers coming in.
When I increase the inventory the business will and I’ll be able to plough back the profit I generate from it.
And by increasing the inventory it will help me gain more profit from the business.

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Project Info

Project Type

Pay It Forward

Disbursed amount

$19.91

Date disbursed

Oct 11, 2022

Cost to entrepreneur

Service fee: $0.99

Pay It Forward contribution: $2.98

Backers

David Odeny

Nakuru Town, Kenya

JG

Jake Gibson and Beverly Picardo

San Francisco, United States

Anthony Ondieki

Obwari, Kenya

Abraham Kegesa

Nairobi, Kenya

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