Business: Retail Shop
Location: Molo Town
Years in Operation: 1 Year
Amount needed: $100
Dennis Mokwiri is a hardworking young man and a teacher by profession. He has a young family of one wife and two toddlers. He strives to make life better for his family as well as secure their future. He opened the small shop in Molo town, Keep left bus pack to supplement his earnings from teaching at a government school in the semiarid Maralal, Kenya. The proceeds from his small venture pay for his household needs and some bills.
His shop has been in operation for one year now and serves the people who reside in the neighboring estates. While he is away teaching, his wife: Lorna Chepkemoi runs the shop. She has over the year maintained a good rapport with all the customers she serves and this has in turn earned her their loyalty. The strategic location of their shop also goes a long way in securing customers for them.
Dennis is seeking $100 to be able increase the stock of his shop. They have been able to attract and maintain many customers and their savings and working capital can’t meet the current demand for the products they trade in. The $100 will enable them to restock and satisfy their customers. He aspires to increase the profits from his shop so that he can increase his savings and invest in more profitable venture as well as start planning for his little ones’ school fees.