Yoco

Yoco

Yoco is a company founded by Lungisa Matshoba, Katlego Maphai, Bradley Wattrus and Carl Wazen.

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Latest funding round date
September 2018
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Total funding amount (USD)
16,000,000
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Velocity Capital Private Equity
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Point of sale
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History

Yoco was founded in 2015 by Katlego Maphai (CEO), Carl Wazen, Bradley Wattrus and Lungisa Matshoba, with the aim of enabling small businesses to securely accept card payments.

The company has raised US$23-million from a range of international and local investors.

Yoco is considered as South Africa’s largest and fastest growing independent card payments provider by number of merchants.

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Financial technology
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South Africa
Company status
Active
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Yoco funding round, September 2018
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Yoco was founded in 2015 by Katlego Maphai (CEO), Carl Wazen, Bradley WattrusBradley Wattrus and Lungisa Matshoba, with the aim of enabling small businesses to securely accept card payments.

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Yoco was founded in 2015 by Katlego Maphai (CEO), Carl WazenCarl Wazen, Bradley Wattrus and Lungisa Matshoba, with the aim of enabling small businesses to securely accept card payments.

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Yoco is a South African fintech company and a payments and Point of Sale provider based in Cape TownCape Town, South Africa.

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Yoco was founded in 2015 by Katlego MaphaiKatlego Maphai (CEO), Carl Wazen, Bradley Wattrus and Lungisa Matshoba, with the aim of enabling small businesses to securely accept card payments.

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Yoco was founded in 2015 by Katlego Maphai (CEO), Carl Wazen, Bradley Wattrus and Lungisa MatshobaLungisa Matshoba, with the aim of enabling small businesses to securely accept card payments.

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Yoco

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Yoco is a South African fintech company and a payments and Point of Sale provider based in Cape Town, South Africa.

History

Yoco was founded in 2015 by Katlego Maphai (CEO), Carl Wazen, Bradley Wattrus and Lungisa Matshoba, with the aim of enabling small businesses to securely accept card payments.

The company has raised $23 million from a range of international and local investors.

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The company is processing about $280 million in annualized payment volume for around 30,000 businesses, and has around 110 staff members and in the next two years the company plans to add another 50 staff members.

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Carl Wazen
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Bradley Wattrus
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Katlego Maphai
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Lungisa Matshoba
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Alice Cumming

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Altus van der Merwe

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Bradley Wattrus

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Carl Wazen

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Charles Niehaus

Advisor

Craig Wattrus

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Cristina Mangas

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Donovan Stoop

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Elias Wehbe

Investor

Florian Aigrain

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Karabo Morule

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Katlego Maphai

Founder

Kurt Kruger

Employee

Lauren Naylor

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Lauren Selig

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Lauren Woolley

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Lee-Ann Fredericks

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Luana Jordaan

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Luke Henkeman

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Lungisa Matshoba

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Marine Jouaillec

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Maya Liepaz

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Nathan Kettles

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Neo Ntsobe

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Mobile commerce
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Yoco

Yoco is a software development company offering a platform for mobile points of sale in South Africa.

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