Although Kioscos, small shops with basic products, are quite common in Ibedi Guna and the surrounding communities, Danilo Garivaldo hopes to set his shop apart by working with Business Brigade volunteers to develop a stronger business strategy, improving his bookkeeping skills, and keeping better track on inventory. As a Community Bank member, Danilo has been able to take our three loans, including one to make direct improvements to his business. Long-term, Danilo hopes that he can create a strong, sustainable business that can be passed on to his children.
Business Owner(s): Danilo Garivaldo
Community Members Involved: 3 (Danilo Garivaldo, Hermelina Garivaldo, Alexis Perez)
Having only completed his primary education, Danilo requires training on bookkeeping and inventory tracking
Kiosco Alexi faces competition from several other small shops in Ibedi Guna and surrounding communities
No long-term strategies to measure success and ensure sustainability
Danilo is a member of the Ibedi Guna Community Bank and is in good standing, meaning that he has the option to take out loans in order to develop his business. By developing a long-term business strategy, Danilo can hopefully make specific investments in order to improve his marketing and supply.
Danilo would like to receive some sort of training on topics such as:
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