Maria does not have any formal training in business development or management. Despite this, she has already constructed a 200-chick capacity chicken coop, producing plenty for consumption within her own household, as well as to sell to local kiosks and restaurants. Maria is hoping to expand her coop with a loan from the community bank so that she can better meet the demand of the local market
Business Owner(s): Maria Guillermina
Date Established: N/A
Community Members Involved: 1
- Maria’s main obstacle to her business is a lack of management tools, including consistent inventory and financial tracking
Despite the challenges towards managing her venture, Maria has several opportunities to develop her business, both independently and with consultations from Global Business Brigades. As a member of the Canglon Community Bank, Maria has the option to apply for loans so that she can invest in a coop expansion and the necessary additional supplies. Additionally, chicken is in high demand from local shops and restaurants, and Maria has strong relationships with these clients.
Maria is interested in receiving consultations from Global Business Brigades volunteers to help with the following areas:
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