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Africa’s role in advancing the no-code movement

Speaker(s): Charles Eke, Tomide Alonge


Africa is the next big tech frontier, with startups across the continent improving access to healthcare, financial services, education, and energy at unprecedented scales.With the massive and relatively quick success of tech unicorns — such as Flutterwave and Opay — the ability to rapidly create product MVPs is critical. No-code tools such as Webflow, Zapier, and Bubble make it simple to create end-to-end product experiences, lowering the barrier to entry into tech and allowing more people to become builders.In this session, we’ll discuss how Check DC uses Webflow to help clients rapidly iterate and ship solutions at scale across multiple industries, as well as how we believe no-code adoption will impact tech in Africa.Charles Eke (he/him), design lead & co-founder, Check DC Charles is a highly skilled and successful brand and product design specialist with a decade of experience designing for brands across various industries. He has led the Check DC design team in creating unique experiences for brands and products from inception to date.Tomide Alonge (he/him), lead frontend engineer, Check DC Tomide is a Frontend Software Engineer with over 4 years of experience in software development, working on a wide range of products and industries. He is currently the Frontend Lead at Check DC where he uses his skills to deliver cutting-edge and functional web solutions.Presented at Webflow's No-Code Conference 2021.#NoCodeConf #NCC


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