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Oct 7, 2016 1:41 PM ET

Archived: Dunellen, NJ – Wanan Beads: A loan helps this second-time borrower to grow his socially conscious jewelry business

iCrowdNewswire - Oct 7, 2016


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Mauricio’s story

I am Colombian and moved to New Jersey 6 years ago. I am lover of non-traditional jewelry. In 2011, I started selling supplies for jewelry imported directly from the rainforests of South America. Our dream is to have a large company with social responsibility in the communities with manufacturers of natural beads and environmentally friendly practices. 

This loan is special because:

It helps this second-time borrower to grow his socially conscious jewelry business

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Business Description

It all started in the 2009 when we became fascinated by the idea of discovering the world through Beads. What if you could make jewelry with Beads and Jewelry Supplies from 4 continents and 15 countries? It sounds amazing, that’s why we are working to make this a reality. Wherever possible we buy beads directly from suppliers. Tagua Nut Beads from Colombian rain forest; Acai Beads from Amazonia (Colombia and Brazil); Natural seed beads from Peru, Ecuador and Philippines; Leather cord from kampur India; Czech and Austrian Glass Beads; gemstone from Asia, African and South America; and stringing material from USA.

Wanan Beads has changed and grown a lot in our nearly 6 years in business, but our original dream is very much the same. We continue offering only high quality products, we keep our costs low, and excellent customer services. We invite you to explore our beading web site

Thank you for choosing Wanan Beads!

What is the purpose of this loan?

We are looking for a loan to increase inventory and finish building our own website. These two actions will help our business expand and better serve our customers

About Wanan Beads

Industry: Clothing
Years in operation: 3 years – 5 years
Website: wananbeads.com

A loan of $7,000 helps this second-time borrower to increase inventory of natural bead jewelry and finish building an own website.

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