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My name is Bernice Mamley Adjoteye. Through out my education I have had help from different people and most especially my church. It wasn't easy going through school without enough cash to even buy handouts . Today I am an entrepreneur and want to be successful in what I am doing. I have been working as an accountant for different company and as time passed by I decided to set up my own accountancy firm. I had a little money to start this business.(BM Management Consult). I want to improve on this business to be able to succeed.What I love doing best is helping businesses improve on their accounting system; Bookkeeping, payroll management, financial consulting and advisory, tax preparation.
I love helping businesses improve on their accounting system. I am also into general printing. That is, Printing of invoice books, waybill petty cash books , receipt books and any other thing printed on paper. I really wanted to do this business because I have loved accounting even for my own self .And now I would to assist other businesses to grow and make sound decisions.I make profit out of these businesses that I do. I save my profit and reinvest to grow the business. When I get contracts for printing I give it out to those who have printers to get the job done and as a result the profit reduces but as time goes on I hope to get printers and equipment to enhance my productivity and on time delivery to clients.
I will be grateful if I am offered this loan to be able to purchase certain stationery, ink and other things needed for my printing business. my clientelle is increasing and therefore I want to push in some some more capital to enhance the productivity of the business. for fast delivery and workdone I want to purchase more ink and stationery to be able to deliver on time and fast.
I will always raise money from my accounting business if I encounter any risks or challenges in the repayment of the loan. but all the same I definitely make sure I repay this loan. Hoping to get this loan to boost my business.
Jun 14, 2021: Business video
Oct 21, 2020
Cost to entrepreneur
Service fee: $23.80
Credit risk payment: $23.80