A failed payment at the till is the most awkward situation you can face as a business owner. What do you do? Read this piece and get help.
We are excited to announce the arrival of Yoco Tap – an efficient, quick way to get payments from customers seamlessly and without hassle.
Orejen began back in the 80s as a boutique homeware workshop, now it makes windows and doors for a niche market. See Jennifer’s journey below.
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.
Returning customers are incredibly important when it comes to growing your business. Read how to improve customer loyalty and track growth.
It’s essential for every business to have a clear purpose. One that you can easily communicate and everyone can get on board with. A strong, clear purpose will help you: Define your target audience. Attract staff and partners who believe in what you do Maintain focus on core areas Create
At the end of June 2017, we crossed another important milestone at Yoco. We reached the 10 000 SME merchants acquired on the platform in addition to over 3,5 million card transactions processed through our card readers at the point of sale. The company is adding over 1 000 new
Put down the sudoku, the Sunday crossword puzzle and whatever the latest puzzle you have on your phone is. It’s time to step it up a notch and become your very own Sherlock Holmes meets James Bond. Hashtag Escape, Johannesburg’s biggest adventure game, was founded by Stratis Kouvdis and Chris Tsatsarolakis
Your hair forms a critical part of your identity. It’s the first thing people notice when you enter the room. It’s your crown. A public symbol of your personal choices. When you start to consider how seriously women take hair care, it’s not surprising that the industry is valued at
We’ve all been there – you need something fixed urgently and instead of answers you get put on hold by a robot voice and have to listen to annoying elevator style music. Now imagine being put on hold while you watch a sale walk out the door. Not great. Unfortunately,