They say success is a series of small wins.
As part of our efforts to promote the No-Code Development technologies we participated in TechCrunch Disrupt event that took place in Berlin in December 2017.
There were about 500 startups with innovative, amazing and daring ideas at the conference.
Before the event, TechCrunch picks a select few startups from the thousands across the globe to take part in Startup Battlefield, with participants (among the competition and many other things) pitching their ideas on the stage with TechCrunch team.
There is another, very special nomination for startups to get a chance to pitch on stage, for a Company from the Startup Alley picked by an audience vote and TechCrunch editorial staff, called Wildcard.
And guess who got chosen from hundreds of companies participating on Day Two?
Yours truly, Zeroqode! We’re excited to share this video interview with John Biggs from TechCrunch and our Co-Founder Vlad Larin:
It was no surprise for us as we worked hard and used every chance to share our product and technology with more than a hundred visitors on our stand, most of whom were very enthusiastic about the No-Code Development approach we presented.
We want to take this chance to thank again each and every one who was genuinely interested, supported and voted for us. Thanks a lot guys!
Times and wins like these encourage our team to work harder and deliver even more great stuff! We got a ton of new ideas and inspiration from the conference, that we are already turning into cool new products and services!
Stay tuned to our announcements in the coming months to see what we have been busy with!
With all that being said, our main conclusion after the conference that we want to share with anyone thinking about a great new idea for a platform or an application:
Believe in what you do, work hard and it is going to be worth it!