WeThinkCode is a tech institute which provides tuition-free software development training to young South Africans. Founder Arlene Mulder wants to close the digital skills gap. Here’s her story and a story from a recent Yoco intern.
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.
Small business and financial inclusion in South Africa
How Boniface is carving out his future
The right work-life balance for entrepreneurs
5 ways Yoco Payments help new businesses
Motivating your employees in busy times
How can I keep track of all my stock?
Access to small business funding
Is your business ready for Summer?
Carl Wazen on building successful partnerships
Are you getting the most out of your Yoco Point of Sale App?
Returning customers: The key to growing your business
Mashudu Modau: Blazing a trail for small businesses
Why you need a business purpose
We Heart Anna – I Heart Market’s wonder woman
Growing your business with small businesses
How Siwe Matshisi is connecting people through business
Business Networking for Shy Entrepreneurs
The elevator pitch has left the building
How Ground Art Caffe simplify their finances with Yoco and Xero
Sushi Box unboxes its potential with Yoco Capital
Hands on at Hope on Hopkins
“I can reconcile my sales in 15 minutes”
How to prevent credit card fraud in your small business
Project Inflamed lights up menswear
Getting the most from your Yoco Point of Sale
Why your payment failed
Tools for your business
How I went from packing devices to developing software
Filter and export your sales history
What we learnt from setting up the Yoco Store
How Yoco makes choosing Point of Sale software easy
“Add it to my tab”: Now you can
Beat a sales slump: Working on yourself
Get your small business ready for the festive season
Tina Ngxokolo’s story: culture, fashion and business
‘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.