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.
We recently opened the first Yoco store. Here’s how we went about it and what we learned (and are still learning) along the way.
Whose intellectual property is it anyway?
Sine Ndlela: Serving love with Yo Coco
A man of the denim cloth
Meet the Yoco Support Team
Finding a business mentor
Tips on gratuity in restaurants and other businesses
Negative comments online: 9 tips for dealing with them
Sushi Box unboxes its potential with Yoco Capital
Are you getting the most out of your Yoco Point of Sale App?
Carl Wazen on building successful partnerships
Tools for your business
Improve your small business’s online presence
Five marketing trends to incorporate into your business
4 tips for selling on consignment
“I can reconcile my sales in 15 minutes”
How to increase your tips – the Yoco way
Yoco Meets: Connecting entrepreneurs
Business tips to go the next level
The top 5 ways small businesses use business funding
How Rootbar took root
Granadilla Swimwear: In love with summer
Business lessons from Mad Giant Brewery
Loadshedding and your business
How to get business funding with Yoco Capital
The right work-life balance for entrepreneurs
How value-added marketing helped Rifqah fo Rif-Wrapped
How to go from corporate to business
Katlego at Startup Grind: How to build a business
Help! My business is hurting my health
Getting the most from your Yoco Point of Sale
Taking La Blosh Nail Boutique to the next level
The making of Legends Barbershop
Yoco Point of Sale app: Set up your store
Meet the Yoco Data Team
Gugu Intimates: Nude underwear for African women
‘Open’ is a resource for aspiring and current entrepreneurs to find the information and tools they need to build their businesses. At Yoco we believe in ‘Open Commerce’ - helping entrepreneurs thrive helps create jobs and grows the economy.