No-code platform, Bubble empowers entrepreneurs to build their own web apps and marketplaces and has partnered with Microsoft for Startups to support entrepreneurs from idea to exit. Bubble is currently one of only six external companies partnered with Microsoft for Startups available through the recently launched Founder’s Hub. At present, Bubble’s no-code service is the only service of its kind in the Founder’s Hub library of Microsoft for Startups.
Emmanuel Straschnov, Bubble founder and co-CEO, said, “We are proud to partner with Microsoft for Startups, a platform completely aligned with our goal of empowering founders to build a sustainable, long-term business and championing their most ambitious vision. Bubble is a unique, comprehensive tool that lets you build anything without relying on engineers and with the support of our inventive community.”
It offers a quicker, easier, and more inclusive software creation method than traditional engineering methods. The partnership strengthens Bubble’s commitment to taking no-code software development mainstream. With a drag-and-drop interface, anyone can easily build a complex web app with add-on features and backend database systems.
Kirk Safford, Director of Microsoft for Startups, said, “We are partnering with innovative companies like Bubble to help founders achieve more. As a part of Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub, startups can now receive access to Bubble’s visual programming platform designed to allow our founders to build fast and responsive web applications that scale.”
The Microsoft for Startups program offers free technical assistance, coaching, and support to help entrepreneurs succeed. This program aims to create and maintain a healthy ecosystem conducive to the success and growth of its partners and customers. As innovators, startups are pivotal to a thriving ecosystem due to their tremendous ability to drive entire industries forward.
As innovators, startups are pivotal to a thriving ecosystem due to their tremendous ability to drive entire industries forward.