128 installments • 49%
My names are Peter Ngare Kamau a resident of subukia where i do my business and also live. I have been doing some businesses before i decided to settle on Milk supply business. I do collect milk from farmers around and retail the same to my customers at a profit. This business i inherited from my parents and have been using the name that they had already established.
My business is known as Wema Milk cafe, I sell milk after purchasing from farmers. I buy from nearby farmers and paythem monthly after selling at a profit, the main challenge i face is obtaining the necessary permit and also harrassment from local authority. I have since obtained licence from the Kenya dairy board and do wish to obtain a trading licence so that I can operate without fear.
I sinceerly thank lenders and zidisha at large, I am now on my 4th loan, I request this loan because I want to purchase large storage tank where i can store the milk for cooling before I sell. With my second loan, i bought a weighing machine. This time round I need to purchase a tank. This will enable me operate efficiently and avoid a lot of mixing as at the moment since the fore the mixing the more the chances of contaminating the milk.
Nov 18, 2017
Cost to entrepreneur
Service fee: $18.73
Peter opted to pay $156.37 into the Zidisha Members Loan Fund in return for a higher starting credit limit.