Developing a no-code SaaS Marketplace with Bubble

The pandemic showed us how important it is to have a side hustle or to be a full-fledged entrepreneur.


Today’s recession and global pandemic has been a wake-up call to also have a second or third source of income. The U.S. Census Bureau figures show that approximately 4.3 million new business applications were filed in the U.S. alone in 2020. A majority of these new small businesses have been Websites, SaaS or Micro-SaaS products and services.

Do you have an idea for an app or website that you believe will help people in ways that doesn’t exist in the current market? The thing that is stopping many people from launching their very own digital startup is their inability to build their own website or app and a lack of understanding when it comes to digital technology.

This is where our team at Blur Apps comes in. Our mission is to take your idea and vision, and bring it to life. We help you build an MVP in a matter of weeks and eventually help create your final product using no-code tools.


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MVP stands for Minimum Viable Product. An MVP is the initial iteration of your product that you iterate on and customise until you find a great product-market fit. So, how does this help you as an entrepreneur?

Gone are the days when the starting cost and inability to code prevented aspiring entrepreneurs from making their dreams and ideas a reality. The perfect solution is to implement a cloud-based, no-code MVP using tools that replace code with graphical programming interface.

Is it an app that you’d like to build? Or it could be a platform, a marketplace, a booking website, a social network, or anything else you can think of; the team at Blur Apps can create an MVP for you. Plus, we build it in a fraction of the time and cost compared to what it would traditionally take with standard coding.

The sooner you get your product, the sooner you can share your product with the public and gather real-world data from real-world users. Making the MVP available for the public to use allows you to gather real-time feedback from your users to improve your initial product.