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.
Ncedile Nkonyana talks about his career journey at Yoco: from working in packing to becoming a coder.
Mandisa Mjamba was one of our first software engineers and as the business has grown, so has she. Here is her story.
Mashudu Modau is an active figure on the small business scene. Read about Yoco’s own entrepreneur-in-residence.
Meet Nick Jacobs: a Senior Software Engineer at Yoco who relocated from London to Cape Town to join us in our early startup days.
Yanick, visual content developer at Yoco, shares the behind the scenes for the For The Sales campaign by Yoco with small business owners.
Here’s a breakdown of some of the features in the Yoco Point of Sale App, and how you can use them to make running your business simpler.
Being a tech company, we love the digital space. We value the instant access to information, the speed, the emoticons and the ability to collaborate and help people no matter where they are in the world. In fact, last month alone the Yoco team sent 92 000 messages to each
After two years of having the fortune of working closely with what is now more than 13,000 businesses, we felt that an important next step in our story would be to offer our customers a space where they could experience our products firsthand. And so, we’re delighted to announce the
Entrepreneurship is still a very male-dominated occupation. In South Africa only 19% of all business owners are female. The country currently leading the way, globally, is Uganda where 34.8% of business owners are female. Read more in the 2017 Mastercard Index of Women Entrepreneurs. Based on these numbers we’re incredibly