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Automation at Scale: A No-Code Newsletter - Issue #58

An Ownership Economy Newsletter
Why are multi-billion dollar no-code and low-code companies popping up everywhere?
Not everyone has seen it, but those who have, know.
With no-code tools, founders don’t waste money on heavy and time-consuming dev projects, they utilize the tools that will let them create, build and test their ideas fast, at fraction of the cost and without coder’s help! -@helloMeets
This is it. No-code and low-code is where the future is.
Got an idea? What are you waiting for?

🔦 Tool Spotlights: Bryter, Clubhouse, Cyclr, Maven, Datature
No-code platform Bryter raises £48M to help non-technical people build enterprise automation apps
Clubhouse Is Said to Discuss Funding at About $4 Billion Value - Bloomberg
UK-based SaaS company Cyclr raises over £2million in capital for acceleration - TechRound
Amplify yourself. And your income.
Datature: The End-to-End AI Vision Platform
📖 Reading List
No-code A.I. software is getting more popular and more powerful—but it may also make A.I. harder to control | Fortune
With no-code, digital leaders have strong responsibility to lead their organizations to digital success
CaptivateIQ raises $46M for its no-code sales commissions platform
NetBrain Launches Multi-Cloud Support and New Low-code/No-code Tools to Spur Adoption of Automation for NetOps
NextCorps Awarded Economic Development Administration SPRINT Challenge Grant to Launch No-Code Software Startup Accelerator
🦜 Tweet of the Day
Today's mixtape: The Past, Present and Future of No Code

this clip from a recent @villageglobal podcast with @estraschnov who has been working on this since 2012. Never underestimate the power of @ProductHunt and a good @rrhoover blogpost!
👨‍💻 Video of the Day
No-code automation platform for enterprise teams | BRYTER
No-code automation platform for enterprise teams | BRYTER
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Crypto exposed the power of the Ownership Economy, and more specifically, ownership as a tool to drive users to contribute to protocols they use in deeper ways. Now, the opportunity is to follow the pattern, and build more accessible products that bootstrap adoption & participation through better economic alignment with users. This newsletter is trying to accelerate this through education.

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