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hiring and employees

At some point every business needs to deal with hiring and employees. Learn how to hire right and manage your employees effectively.

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How to stay connected through the COVID-19 outbreak

Open communication is a key element of survival for businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. But how do you stay connected and what do you say?

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hiring and employees

When will my new small business need a business attorney?

Setting the right foundations for your business may require legal help. Make sure that you know when to turn to a small business lawyer.

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Tips on gratuity in restaurants and other businesses

Running a fair tipping system is challenging. We chatted to merchants about how they manage tipping in restaurants and other businesses.

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hiring and employees

The new minimum wage and how it affects your business

Do you understand the implications of the new minimum wage for your business? We chatted to Justine Del Monte & Associates and SweepSouth about this new law.

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hiring and employees

Staff switching: How to make employee management easier

Many businesses have many employees making sales, which is why we have implemented a new staff switching feature to make it easier for them.

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hiring and employees

8 secrets to managing staff over hectic periods

During busy holiday periods some of your staff may want to take time off. Find out how to manage staff during these critical periods.

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hiring and employees

Motivating your employees in busy times

During the busy season you may need to push your employees harder. Here are tips for keeping your team happy and motivated

Tips on taking your business to the next level.
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Business tips to go the next level

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.

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How to motivate your employees in a small business

Running a small business is hard enough without demotivated employees. Find out how to motivate your employees in a small business.

Meg and Kirsten of the Yoco People Team.
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Meet the Yoco People Team

Our people are our biggest asset. Learn about the Yoco People Team and Yoco’s culture and philosophy. Meet the team that makes it happen.

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8 social media tips for business owners during COVID-19

Staff motivation at the Hard Pressed Cafe in an article about motivating your employees.

How to motivate your employees in a small business

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How to open a retail shop

An image of Mandisa Mjamba, a software developer on Open by Yoco.

How Mandisa Mjamba made her career in Tech

The top apps for entrepreneurs.

Top 8 apps for entrepreneurs

Mokgadi Mabela, founder of Native Nosi.

Mokgadi Mabela: Beehind the story

Budget Speech 2020

Budget Speech 2020: top five things you need to know

A list of December markets in South Africa.

The best December markets

Towels on the bed at Inkosi Eco Lodge.

Saving the planet with iNkosi Eco Lodge

Part 3: Unleashing your creativity to market your small business.

A new feature from Yoco that allows you to add tabs to an order.

“Add it to my tab”: Now you can

An image of a stressed man in an article on the effect your business may have on your health.

Help! My business is hurting my health

Entrepreneurs talking to each other at a Yoco Meets event.

Yoco Meets: Connecting entrepreneurs

Boniface Chikwenhere of Unique Driftwood Creations.

Growing Unique Driftwood Creations with Yoco Capital

Alistair Barnes from Ballo in his store in Cape Town.

Seeing business differently: how Ballo puts the planet before profit

Mashudu Modau, who works on Open by Yoco.

Mashudu Modau: Blazing a trail for small businesses

Tech and tools for your business.

Tools for your business

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How to set up a simple online store with Shopify

Gcobani Gogoba from Barista CUP in Cape Town.

Why you need a business purpose

Tshepo the Jean Maker and his employees.

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The Small Business Pivot | The Yoco Guide

An article about the stages of business growth.

Stages of business growth from Start to Take-off

COVID-19 Lockdown: Advanced Level 3 Explained

A selection of books for entrepreneurs.

15 books for entrepreneurs

Meg and Kirsten of the Yoco People Team.

Meet the Yoco People Team

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Returning customers: The key to growing your business

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Five marketing trends to incorporate into your business

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How to start accepting credit card payments

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Introducing Yoco’s online payment suite

The Yoco Product Development team.

Meet the Yoco Product Team

Eben Uys, founder of Mad Giant Brewery, shares what he has learnt from building his modest brewery into a world-class destination.

Business lessons from Mad Giant Brewery

The Yoco popup store in Maponya Mall in Soweto.

Behind the scenes of the first Yoco Pop Up Store in Soweto

Why your business needs to start accepting card payments.

5 reasons your business should accept credit card payments in South Africa

Behind the scenes for the Yoco For The Sales campaign.

Behind the scenes of our For The Sales video

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Loadshedding and your business