Ruth Mumbi. 3/22.

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Business: Micro Boutique.
Location:
Molo Town.
Years in Operation:
2 Years.
Amount needed:
$100.

Ruth Mumbi is a youth with an unwavering focus to succeed in life. After graduating high school, she was gainfully employed at a shoe outlet in Molo town. She was a salesperson for a period of two years gaining experience, skill, and knowledge on how to run the business. She was set on learning the ropes of running such a business with the goal of starting her own someday. Ruth saved as much as she could from her monthly salary of $60 to use as capital for her own shop.

2019 is the year that she eventually resigned from her job and started her own micro boutique. Its small scale was what her savings could afford her and she was all too happy to have something of her own. She bought clothes and shoes for all genders and ages from wholesalers in Molo town. This allowed her to save on travel and transport costs. Ruth specializes in the kind that the high human traffic in the strategic location that she picked for her stall demands. Ruth gained most of her clients from her days in employment. Her excellent customer care skills have ensured they remain loyal.

She is seeking $100 from Moto Hope Capital to boost her business stock. She has recently started sourcing her stock from wholesalers in Nairobi. This way, she is able to access a wider variety of styles as well as better prices. It is surprisingly not as complicated as she had initially feared. All she has to do is place an order to the particular suppliers who in turn send it to her via relatively affordable courier. The additional working capital will enable her to improve her daily sales as she will improve her stock. This way she hopes to raise her daily profit earnings from the current $5 to at least $9. Hence gradually scaling her business.

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