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The LowCode Podcast is all about launching your MVP, getting clients, growing your side business and automating stuff. Listen to learn more about other founders and business owners like you, how are they coming up with ideas, how do they validate their products, and how to launch and grow a business.
 
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Chad has done it all. Code, no code, low code. After building a successful tech business while being reliant on developers and hard-to-understand pricing of cloud licenses, he found no code and decided to rebuild his application, and thus his whole business, using the leading no-code tools available in the market. Chad has some unique and outstandi…
 
Jean and Jim are two amazing founders who have found product-market fit. How did they find it? By leveraging no code to build the first versions of their app, get it into users’ hands, and iterating fast and cheap. Don’t miss this great episode with some amazing insights by Jean Ross, co-founder of Primary Record…
 
Poobah is a very successful businessman, and a real expert in numismatics, the art of collecting coins. In this episode, we discuss how he came up with the idea to build an app for coin collectors that allows them to keep track of their inventory, how does the grading process work, and how to grow a niche app.…
 
Ogo runs a successful consultancy where she advises government entities. While the idea for this episode was to talk about how she came up with the idea for her app, we ended up talking about a little known secret: How can entrepreneurs and founders sell to the government and make bank.
 
Erik runs THE Adalo agency. From “scratching his own itch” to building an agency during lockdown while in Asia, we not only talk about how to get started in the industry, the opportunities in the no-code and low-code space, what makes a good idea a good app, and more.
 
Effie wanted a traditional African wedding. She has a hard time finding vendors from the African diaspora that could cater her wedding, and that’s when the idea hit her. She wanted to make it easy for people to find the right vendors for weddings and events, without having to comb hundreds or even thousands of profiles in platforms like Yelp or The…
 
Hayley is an amazing founder. She has found a great niche market in the legal industry (listen to learn more!) and developed an app that, literally, saves her hundreds of hours and allowed her to scale her operations. Listen to learn more about a true entrepreneurial journey and how #nocode and #lowcode are creating unique opportunities for founder…
 
Marti is an expert in PR. But not in the traditional, old-fashioned way of paying a few thousand bucks to get featured on the 30 under 30 list of Forbes. Marti runs Influence Podium, a company that helps busy CEOs to become industry leaders by creating content and strengthening their personal brand. One of the reasons I started this podcast is Mart…
 
Eddy started a software development agency in Venezuela. After a few years, he decided to start creating his own products and discovered a niche in word games. To put it shortly, he had a fantastic exit (sold his business). Eddy takes us through the steps of starting a business, expanding it, gaining users, scaling it, and finally selling it. We as…
 
Arrigo is a true content maestro. We had the opportunity to collaborate with him at LowCode after he established and sold a business in the field. He has a great understanding of content and content strategies. How can I get to the top of Google's first page? What is keyword research and why is it important? What's the best way for folks to find me…
 
Ryan is the owner and founder of 12five capital, a financial company that loans money to growing businesses. Their recipe for success is based on leveraging technology and software in a pen-and-paper industry. Ryan is a true expert in automation, and we take a deep dive into how can someone start streamlining their business with tools like Zapier, …
 
Romeatrius ended up in prison after a career in the armed forces. When she got out, she found that the process to keep in touch with her case manager, and ask for simple permissions to go out with her children or to the super market, was extremely cumbersome. That’s when the idea to build an app came to light, and in this episode we learn more abou…
 
From NASA employee to founder, Christina Reid came up with a unique idea for restaurants to donate food to non profits, or allow them to NOT throw food away, but rather make some money by selling it via an app. In this episode, we discuss automation, how she came up with an idea, how she navigated different Glideapps developers, and how she ended w…
 
Harris Kenny is an expert in sales. He runs IntroCRM, helping companies manage their sales process by outsourcing it to them. His expertise in launching a business and finding product-market-fit is very unique, and there are a ton of lessons for entrepreneurs in this podcast! Find out more about Harris in his website: https://introcrm.com…
 
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