6 installments • 33%
I grew up in kwa njenga ghetto in nairobi,and growing up here is not a piece of cake especially for a female like me.life was so unbearable but we had to fight on for the hope of a better future.it was had going through my primary and high school but i managed to successfully and started working in a salon as a casual laborer and got to acquire skills and and save enough money to start my own salon business.I like singing,watching movies and helping others where i can.
I offer hair dressing services and generally speaking beauty services.i also sell hair products and beauty products to mainly my customers who come for such services.i chose this kind of business because I had acquired enough skills from my job to enough me operate one and make profit out of it.beauty products are on demand in my area since the culture around my community enhances the looking good of individuals and most working people need to look good to attract customers to their places.I spend about $333 in a month and make a profit of approximately $22.I use the profit to pay for my daughter's school fees and to also for my upkeep.
If my loan is funded I will use to buy hair products and beauty products in general in bulk for my salon which will ensure increased profits by at least 20%this will largely ensure better living standards and provide a margin for saving for future expansions.I hope my loan will be funded,thanks to all the lenders.
Jan 27, 2015