EC Summer Sessions: How to build and sell a tech company with no coding experience

10 June @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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A Q&A-style session led by Ben Tossell, founder of Makerpad – the leading hub for ‘no-code’ education and community.
Ben will demo how no-code works and discuss how he built and sold Makerpad to Zapier within 3 years. His inspiring story will show how anyone can realise their start-up ambitions, regardless of technical ability.

Held at The Oxford Foundry. This event is open to all individuals who have a University of Oxford connection. You will need to register and bring your Bodleian Reader Card to be allowed into the venue.

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10 June
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12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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