Dustin from Ground Art Caffe chats about how he has simplified his cafe’s financial management process using Yoco and Xero.
It takes money to make money, but sometimes having too much business capital can be its own problem. Do you really need that extra funding?
Stratis Kouvdis, an accountant, shares finance lessons he has learnt on his entrepreneurial journey creating Hashtag Escape in Johannesburg
Getting your small business finances right is critical. Check out this list of pointers to help you to take control of your finances.
You’re never too small to accept card payments – in fact, it’s critical for all businesses, irrespective of type or size, to be able to accept electronic and mobile payments. If you’re not sure, whether or not your business should be accepting card payments read this article: 5 reasons why your
Iris House Children’s Hospice is doing great things. Founded by superhero Sue van der Linde, they’re a charity committed to enriching the lives of special needs children with life threatening illness or life limiting conditions. They do this both through community-based care teams in areas such as Mfuleni and Crossroads,
The excitement of starting a new business often overshadows some of the more tedious aspects – like tax. As a new business owner, you’re enthusiastic about launching your new product or service into the market, but you’re also faced with the daunting administrative task of ensuring your business is setup correctly
“It’s still going to take a long time to achieve gender equality but we are well on the way. A lot of entrepreneurs have to figure things out as they grow, which then affects our growth and productivity. Young people have a lot of amazing ideas for business but they don’t
Let’s face it. Sometimes admin can be pain. As a small business owner, do you ever feel that the hours you spend doing the books could be better used to refine your craft, market your business or even fix up that leak in the roof? That’s where Xero comes in.
“If it doesn’t integrate – don’t bother.” – Lungisa Matshoba, CTO of Yoco. Collaboration is the new competition. In the fast-paced, ever-changing world of tech, building complete stand-alone systems no longer makes sense. The manpower, cost and time required to pre-empt and build every feature yourself leads to companies falling