Just because you’re self made doesn’t mean you stand alone. One year ago, Yoco Exchange gave
entrepreneurs a place to network, engage, and learn from small business leaders and experts.
1 Fox Street, Johannesburg, 14 March 2020
In partnership with
Take a trip back in time with us.
Yoco co-founder and CEO, Katlego Maphai, talks with Black Coffee and Maps Maponyane about how to make it as a creator, and founder.
Xolani Sedibe talks about using your mobile phone to push creative boundaries and create content that stands out and tells your brand’s story.
Lead by Mashudu Modau, the panel of entrepreneurship experts and leaders discusses the South African small business ecosystem.
Jason Bagley presents how to win at email marketing which, despite social media, has held its spot as the #1 platform for direct marketing.
Lethabo Mokoena discussed, “Innovation in the African context”. What it means to us as Africans, and why it isn’t synonymous with technology.
Joe Human walks us through the three keystones of brand building, gained from his experience as a successful entrepreneur.
Louis Janse van Rensburg, chairman of the Heavy Chef Foundation, talks about the importance of learning how to learn.
Nicolette Mashile brings financial literacy for small business owners into the spotlight in her talk, Confessions of New Money.
Marang Marekimane explores digital tools that you can use to scale your business, and implement a smarter, more sustainable way of working.
Sizakele Marutlulle talks about finding and staying aligned with your identity, purpose, and mission in her presentation: a damn, a dime and a difference.
Sinesipho Maninjwa tackles the hot topic of small business funding: what are the challenges, sources, and solutions?
Musa Kalenga’s gives a thought-provoking talk about how technology can and should be solving human development problems.
All the resources, tools, and insights to start, run, and grow your small business are waiting for you in Open by Yoco, our blog.
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