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It’s time to grow your small business – but how, with what money and where to. Growing a business is an exciting time, but make sure that you follow these tips and tricks to grow sustainably.

At a Sushi Box in Cape Town.
cape town

Sushi Box unboxes its potential with Yoco Capital

When Sushi Box was looking to open new locations Yoco Capital was there to give them a boost. Christo Bornman chats about using Yoco Capital.

insights and advice

How to get SME funding with Yoco Capital

When it’s time to grow you need funding. Get business funding with Yoco Capital by following these easy steps and grow your empire.

An infographic showing the top uses for business funding.
insights and advice

The top 5 ways small businesses use business funding

A big part of running a business is making sure it grows. But what should you use business funding for? Read up on what local businesses do.

Boniface Chikwenhere of Unique Driftwood Creations.
cape town

Growing Unique Driftwood Creations with Yoco Capital

Access to funding is crucial for small businesses, even business like Unique Driftwood Creations. Boniface explains how it has helped him.

A Yoco device and Ultimate Bike accessories.
retail businesses

How Jean Botha is growing Ultimate Bike with Yoco Capital

When Jean Botha wanted to grow Ultimate Bike, his shop for bike parts, he turned to Yoco Capital to get funding he needed. Here’s his story.

Tips on taking your business to the next level.
customer service

Business tips to go the next level

We’ve put together four simple and easy-to-implement business tips that will help you grow your business and take it to the next level.

Using Yoco to grow the coffee industry.
food, drink and hospitality

Driving growth in the coffee industry using technology and data

Here’s how Yoco is using technology to help drive growth in the coffee industry in South Africa. Read about barista entrepreneurs using Yoco.

An image of a map and compass in an article about finding business advice and guidance.
business mentorship

Where to find business advice, guidance and inspiration

Some useful places to find business advice, and important questions to ask yourself to help you find the best advice and advisors. 

An image in an article about how returning customers will help you grow your business.
customer service

Returning customers: The key to growing your business

Returning customers are incredibly important when it comes to growing your business. Read how to improve customer loyalty and track growth.

New Year's fireworks in an article about setting up your business for the new year.
insights and advice

Get your business off to the right start in the new year

A new year is a great opportunity to set your focus and plan for growth. Here are our tips to make sure your business thrives in 2018. 

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Motivating your employees in busy times

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Where to find business advice, guidance and inspiration

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Arlene Mulder, cofounder of WeThinkCode_.

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Eben Uys, founder of Mad Giant Brewery, shares what he has learnt from building his modest brewery into a world-class destination.

Business lessons from Mad Giant Brewery

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Stacy Kleinhans of Baseline Coffee in Woodstock, Cape Town.

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A failed payment on a Yoco card machine as seen on the connecting mobile device.

Why your payment failed

An image of an old typewriter in an article about financial inclusion.

Small business and financial inclusion in South Africa

Lexi and Dom of Wild Thing yoga studio.

Wild Thing yoga studio

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How to set up a simple online store with Shopify

How to deal with negative online comments.

Negative comments online: 9 tips for dealing with them

The logo of #Escape in Johannesburg. They share their finance lessons in this article.

Finance lessons from #Escape

An image of two parents talking to their child in an article about getting funding from family and friends for your business.

How to ask for funding from family and friends

A Yoco device and Ultimate Bike accessories.

How Jean Botha is growing Ultimate Bike with Yoco Capital

Staff motivation at the Hard Pressed Cafe in an article about motivating your employees.

How to motivate your employees in a small business

The Ubuntu Baba factory in Retreat, Cape Town.

Ubuntu Baba: The value of ubuntu

A screenshot of the Yoco Settlement screen in the app.

When will I get my money?

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COVID-19 Payment Relief with South African Banks

A graphic of a mobile payments card machine offered by Yoco.

5 ways to increase your Black Friday sales

Putting your the official stamp on your business.

When should you register your business?

The ladies of La Blosh Nail Boutique.

Taking La Blosh Nail Boutique to the next level

Mpumelelo Mtintso, founder of Book Ibhoni riding past Vilakazi Street.

Books on bikes with Book Ibhoni

The Yoco team celebrating 10 000 merchants.

Growth lessons: 0 to 10k Yoco merchants