I am running a company and I think 90 percent of advice is garbage. But, I like talking to people about what they think. This is a visceral, comedic and therapeutic exercise on building a #NoCode business...from one founder's POV.
⚡Hosted by startup comedian Jeremy Redman ⚡
“Hard to be boring around Jeremy Redman….he is the one of the hardest working and funniest founders I think I have ever spoken to :)” -Todd Uterstaedt, From Founder to CEO
Ryan Myher, founder and host from No Code No Problem, joins Jeremy in a maybe off the record conversation about podcasts, top no-code tools, the struggle to freemiums, and thin lines in the field.
Jeremy Blalock joins Jeremy in a conversation about the turnarounds and creatives process to launch Adalo and the importance of no-code communities.
NoCode is the future. We talk with Noel about how The NoCode movement allows everyone to get on the same level without having a degree in computer science or know every coding language.
Joshua from No Code tells us about how the No Code community has grown and is still growing at a rapid rate.
No code? No problem. Emmanuel Straschnov makes programming as easy as just clicking a few buttons.
Miki Reynolds from Grid110 comes on the podcast to talk about how her company supports a wide range and variety of entrepreneurs and companies.
Bryan Landers, a General Partner at Backstage Capital, comes on the podcast to talk about the investor's POV on raising funds and writing checks.
Minnie Ingersoll is the co-founder of the fast-growing car marketplace Shift and after 12 years at Google, she became a VC in LA at TenOneTen
On today's episode of the podcast, I talk with Dylan Gambardella, an entrepreneur and the co-founder of Next Gen HQ!