Everyone wants to be a tech founder
Very few have tech skills or can find a suitable co-founder.
Everywhere you look, there is demand for digital solutions. Digital products and services are a massive chunk of the future. Even where the main focus of business is on physical goods, technology has a significant role in getting things produced and moved around.
Since the 1990s and the dot-com bubble, starting a successful tech company has been the dream of many people. The stories of young founders who managed to cross the line into the exclusive club of billionaires attract a lot of attention, especially those in their late teens and early twenties. Many go to bed daily dreaming of becoming the next Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, or Elon Musk. If we are going to be honest, not all of them are young.
If you have an idea to start a tech company and have no tech skills, it used to be that you were pretty much out of luck unless you happened to find a tech-savvy co-founder. Even those with software development or systems administration knowledge are not in as good a place, as some might believe, as most ideas require a reasonably sized team to implement.
This situation started to change a few years ago when a few companies began to implement what has become known as NOCODE tools. Using NOCODE tools, a person with no programming skills can create a digital solution and launch a tech company. Not after searching endlessly for a tech-savvy co-founder or attempting to convince their childhood friend, who is into computers, that they can get rich together.
NOCODE tools can empower people to create digital solutions in their everyday jobs, but they can also be a powerful tool to help you launch your own business, regardless of whether you are planning on a local pizza-delivery service or dreaming up the next multi-billion dollar IPO.
The learning curve of NOCODE tools is less steep than traditional software development tools. Still, that doesn’t mean that you won’t have to study and work hard to create your business. It just means that it is now doable without a large team and a substantial financial investment.
You must have problem-solving skills and the ability to approach a problem systematically and analytically. If you have these skills, you can work with some of the NOCODE tools available to create a tech-based business.