We all have great ideas, but how can we execute them and turn them into a tech business or a product?
Some people learn how to code in order to create a tech product. This path may work for some, but it might take you months to launch a product and years to keep modifying the product until you are satisfied with it. What about those who does not know how to code? What if I told you that you could create a tech business and products without code at all? Yes, it is possible.
The #NoCode movement is gaining ground in the tech ecosystem and I am here to let you in on all the secret that people are using to build their side hustles and creating products without coding at all.
In this workshop:
- I will tell you my story of running side hustles while working a full-time job
- Show you how to start and scale a tech business without any code through a serious of real-life examples
- You will take home a #NoCode toolbox and start building your own product
Who should Join?
- Aspiring entrepreneurs
- Startup founders
- Fresh graduates who wants to try their hand at building a business
- Anyone who is looking for a fresh start in life and is not willing to take no for an answer.
Felix is a serial growth marketing leader, with a passion for helping entrepreneurs succeed and achieve their dreams. He is the Marketing Lead at CardUp, a fintech platform that allows payment or collection of big expenses using credit cards, where cards are not accepted today. He leads the marketing and growth in the Hong Kong region. After getting a taste of Startup Weekend, Felix co-founded Cloudbreakr in 2015, an AI-powered marketing software designed to help brands analyze and engage with influencers.
As a startup community advocate, Felix previously served as a Community Manager for Techstars, where he spearheaded the ecosystem development in the Asia Pacific and Greater China region, in addition to leading efforts in corporate innovation and regional partnership. He was also the Head of Growth for AngelHub that offers equity crowdfunding investment for aspiring startups.