Learn more about how Square uses reserves to protect buyers and allow more sellers to transact on our platform.
Read these workplace health and safety measures you can put into place today to protect your employees and customers.
Brothers James and Alex Boston harnessed their knowledge of technology and design to build a thriving online marketplace, open a shop front and add a manufacturing arm.
Here’s how Louisa Mudge, owner of Bottle &amp; Hoop, is encouraging people to shop small and support local produce - where every product has a story.
In celebration of World Baking Day, we take a look at our biggest baked good trends in April 2020, and interview three baking gurus from the Square Seller community.
Restaurants are leveraging their supply chains by selling groceries to customers during the COVID-19 shutdown.
Here’s how this 70-year-strong family business is innovating and adapting to the changing times.
Learn how to sell and accept payments online without a website.
The COVID-19 outbreak has caused many small businesses to close their doors, but there will be a day when you can reopen. Here are steps you can take to prepare to reopen.
The Bearded Jaffle, owned by brothers Todd Gawn and AFL-star Max Gawn, has been serving up nostalgic comfort food to their customers.
Whether you sell clothes or candles, bicycles or barbecue sauce, you can adapt to the current situation with these tips and resources.
From new partner integrations to COVID-19 resources for your business, here’s what we’ve released recently to support you during this difficult time.
We’ve compiled tips for managing your business — whether you provide blowouts, massage therapy, personal training, tutoring, tax support, home repairs, manicures, or cleaning services.
Here’s how to seamlessly make the shift to delivery.
We’ve compiled tips — whether you’re still serving or you’re closed and need to maintain cash flow — as well as industry resources to help you manage your business right now.
Ways to support your local businesses while social distancing.
Here’s how to get started bringing your brick-and-mortar business online.