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I am Juliet Ashiagbor, 35years of age and ghanaian. I have three siblings. i hail from the volta region and stay at Dome pillar two. i hold a first degree in business administration, Accounting. Am also a beadmaker.
Growing up, life was smooth. My parents did all their best to cater for us. Things became a bit difficult after we lose our mum and later dad retired from active service. Being the first born, i had to fend for the family hence my enrollment in bead making . Am enthusiastic about all i do. My joy is seeing others happy.
In 2021, i started a food business and went on to enroll for a cooking school. Food is a basic need and Ghana is no exception. Food plays a vital role in our gatherings- marriage, funeral and many more. There is a very large market for this business in my country, especially now that lots of people are busier. I sell to individuals, homes and corporate entities.
I typically make between 20% to 35% profit from the cooking. I reinvest my profits back into the business and also cater for the family. My difficulty now is to raise an amount enough to help me purchase equipments like bigger pots and oven in order to meet the increasing order placements from event organizers.
I want to thank all my wonderful lenders for their continuous assistance in making my dreams a reality.
This loan will help me pay off my fees and also get my learning materials to complete this study thereby easing the pressure of taking care of other members of the family.
I have been able to raise some amount of money so will top up with $1,224..00 to finalise payment. $1,000 will be used for the fees and learning materials and $224 will be used for materials and completion of my thesis.
I will pay this loan weekly out of my salary and income from my business: fashion wares.
Looking forward to your amazing response. Be blessed.
Apr 26, 2016
Cost to entrepreneur
Service fee: $61.42
Juliet opted to pay $73.00 into the Zidisha Members Loan Fund in return for a higher starting credit limit.