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Bubble No-Code Bootcamp: Build Your MVP Tech Product in 8 Classes, No Prior Experience Required.
Join a Bubble Bootcamp and in just 8 once-a-week, 2-hour classes (16 hours in total), you’ll learn Bubble, build an MVP for your own idea, and become your own technical cofounder in the process. Each live, remote class includes a maximum of 8 students and 1 expert instructor and no prior experience is required. You can build anything that’s web-enabled with Bubble, whether it be a marketplace, SaaS tool or whatever else you can imagine - 400k+ other users on Bubble already have.
You don’t want to underestimate Atlanta. The city is quietly building up a startup environment that local industry players hope will one day rival those of other metro areas when it comes to funding (and exits).
The Startup Guide series of books, launched in 2014 by Copenhagen-based publisher Sissel Hansen, covers over 20 cities such as London, Paris, Stockholm, Lisbon, and Miami. See our reviews of the guidebooks for Berlin, Munich, Zurich, Johannesburg, and Singapore.
As vice president of economic development for the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce, Charles Wood is in charge of directing economic development and helping lead the visioning process Velocity 2040 to plot Chattanooga’s economic future over the next two decades.
Johannes Reck should be feeling pretty groovy. He’s the co-founder of one of the hottest startups in Berlin. GetYourGuide lets holiday makers book tours online in 150 countries and is on course to increase ticket sales this year by 75%.
The nation of Bahrain has the blessing of its government for fresh technology initiatives; a just-opened Amazon Web Services Inc. Cloud Region; new technological education initiatives up to the college level; and startup support networks. But will any of these help Bahrain’s entrepreneurs win hard cash from venture capitalists?