The Lady of Carpentry
Roqais Hasone (Um Mohammad ) and her five children learned artistic carpentry from her husband who came from Egypt, with a long history of working as a carpenter, from their home; however, their sales were limited to friends and the local neighbourhood. The family never thought of expanding their project until Um Mohammad took he first loan from Tamweelcom, which gave her the added benefit of participating in the Souk Ayyadi bazaars which help her in gaining marketing skills to help her promote her products and gave her exposure to the consumer market, and thus increase her sales. After obtaining her second loan, Um Mohammad opened her own small shop for artistic carpentry products where she experienced an increase in customers and sales.
Um Mohammad Says: “Tamweelcom opened new horizons for me and my family, we never dreamt before. And our third loan from Tamweelcom will help us in achieving our dream in opening a new branch for our shop in the Western Amman area."