Maya heads up our Opportunity Development team and probably coined the term ‘been there done that’. She’s run an extreme water sports center, owned a bar, and is also a graphic designer. Needless to say, she tackles any new challenge with the force of a thousand suns and either the help of coffee or wine.
We recently opened the first Yoco store. Here’s how we went about it and what we learned (and are still learning) along the way.
Growth lessons: 0 to 10k Yoco merchants
Negative comments online: 9 tips for dealing with them
How to open a retail store
The return of The Stack
Motivating your employees in busy times
New Year, New You, New Business Plan?
Innovative water-saving tips from Baseline Coffee
How Siwe Matshisi is connecting people through business
Loadshedding and your business
Katlego at Startup Grind: How to build a business
5 reasons your business should be accepting card payments
A Q&A with Kafui Naturals
Orejen: Opening the door to business
6 easy ways to increase Easter sales
Passion fuels the fire that lights up Smokin’ Joe’s
15 books for entrepreneurs
Tips on gratuity in restaurants and other businesses
Small business and financial inclusion in South Africa
How I went from packing devices to developing software
How Jean Botha is growing Ultimate Bike with Yoco Capital
Setting up your Xero and Yoco Integration
Yoco Tap: Refresh the till point experience
Help! My business is hurting my health
What we learnt from setting up the Yoco Store
The elevator pitch has left the building
How can I keep track of all my stock?
Afrikan Passion Designs: A line of love & eco-edge
Staff switching: How to make employee management easier
Yoco Meets: Connecting entrepreneurs
Wild Thing yoga studio
Whose intellectual property is it anyway?
Five fundraising tips from Iris House Founder, Sue van der Linde
Filter and export your sales history
Arlene Mulder solves the digital skills gap
When will I get my money?
‘Open’ is a resource for aspiring and current entrepreneurs to find the information and tools they need to build their businesses. At Yoco we believe in ‘Open Commerce’ - helping entrepreneurs thrive helps create jobs and grows the economy.