With your brilliant idea and our no-code product development expertise, building tech for early entrepreneurs is much more accessible. The financial and technical barriers that prevent you from starting up are a thing of the past. With a Pop App you can:
Maximize Limited Resources
Buy yourself time to raise money and delay the urgency to hire for technical talent.
Launch, Learn, Earn
Build, launch, and gain customer insights from a live product earlier in the startup process. Make sales sooner.
Improve chances of acceptance to accelerators and grant applications.
WHAT DOES A POP APP LOOK LIKE?
Meet HearU – a safe and anonymous way to report unfair treatment in the workplace.
Founders, Gabby Zuniga & Maysa Hawwash worked with us through our One Week Apps service. Within a week, they had their functional MVP, a user test the next, developed a 3-piece software suite, sold & deployed to four major clients, all in the span of a quarter.
What if you could go-live with your app today?
Want to learn how to do it yourself? With no-code tools and an expert coach, becoming a technical founder is easier than you think. In just 2-sessions, you will learn how to build your app idea.
With this program, you will be well-equipped to independently improve your your app as your business evolves.
👇 Watch this video to see what she was able to achieve! 👇
THE SMARTEST FIRST STEP TO STARTING UP
Do you have a great idea – but money's tight and time is precious? Do you want to build a startup but it's simply too early for you to hire a team? Do you need a working product to make it to the next step but don't have the skills to do it yourself? Then a Pop App session might be perfect for you!
It's Too Good To Be True
We know it sounds magical so we've gathered the most frequently asked questions from our clients and students to help soothe your curious mind.
ARE YOU AN INCUBATOR? POWER UP YOUR STARTUP ECOSYSTEM
Hosting one of our pop-up booths can boost the success of your organization and its members. This could be from early entrepreneurs to innovation hubs, accelerators, incubators, business development centres, women, youth, and underrepresented groups, and even more advanced tech-startups.