Pune , Maharashtra | Footwear business
Kalavati Bansode is a school dropout, but has been managing a small footwear shop of her own successfully. She has been engaged in this activity for the last 2 yrs and earns Rs.4,000/- per month. Basically, she runs the business by buying different types of shoes, sandals, etc. of various sizes from the wholesaler and sells them in her shop with some margin. There is not much competition in this venture in their locality, which earns her good customer base in the area. She now wishes to avail a loan of Rs.12,000/-, which will be used for purchasing more stock of shoes from the wholesaler. By regularly upgrading her stock of shoes, she can attract more customers to her shop and grow her earnings. Previously she has availed a loan for this venture but repaid the amount fully in time. Kalavati resides with her husband and two sons. Her husband works as a daily wager. the couple's sons are studying in class 12th and 7th respectively. The couple work hard and wish to support their children's future educational expenses by saving from their earnings. read more
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