Infographic: What peak season means for small businesses in South Africa

We all know that the number of visitors to South Africa increases during summer (because let’s face it, who wouldn’t want to relax on our beautiful beaches or be part of our unique mix of cultures). Not only is this great for making new friends, but all the festive buzz and activity has a big impact on small businesses.

The infographic below gives you an idea of the opportunity you have as a small business to grow this season.

While you’re at it, check out some tips to help you get ready for the busy season in this article.

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About the author: Robyn

RobynRobyn - Social media and community manager

When you’re engaging with Yoco on social media, Robyn is the girl you’re talking to. She loves learning from our community and seeing small businesses thrive. In her spare time you’ll find her off hiking in some forest, curled up with a book or singing karaoke (badly).

After graduating with a B.Bus Sci degree from UCT, she found Yoco and jumped in head first. She now manages Yoco’s social media profiles and online community, and writes an article or two for the blog.

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