No Code MBA

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No Code MBA is an American no-code tools tutorials company. The company was founded in 2020 by Seth Kramer.

Learn to build an online business without knowing how to code. Using no code tools, anyone who can use an excel spreadsheet can build online.




# Founders


# Employees



@nocodemba (1.85K followers)

Website Rank


Business Started

January 2020


No Code MBA (70 subscribers)

Business Type



United States of America

Starting Costs


Business Idea

web development course business


Web Design Services

Company History

Seth Kramer details the beginnings of their company in their Starter Story interview: [1]

Q: How did you get started on No Code MBA?

I’ve been an entrepreneur for almost 10 years now - I started my first business in college - a meal plan service for college students. I worked on it on nights and weekends while I had a full-time job at a startup, eventually grew it to a 7-figure business, and was able to become a full-time entrepreneur.

I’m always looking for different tools and opportunities, and have been using many no-code tools including Zapier, Typeform and Squarespace before β€œno-code” was a trend.

About a year ago I came across Glide, a no-code tool to build apps using a google sheet as the backend. At the time, I was looking for a new side-project to start and decided to create a conference app business using Glide called ConferenceTap

I cold emailed upcoming conferences asking if they needed an affordable conference app, and sold more than 5 conferences in the first two months. I was excited to grow ConferenceTap in 2020 when COVID hit the US, halting in-person conferences and essentially halting all ConferenceTap sales.

That's when I decided to pivot to No Code MBA - using everything I’ve learned over the past 10 years building businesses with no-code tools to teach others to do the same.

Source [1]


No Code MBA is built on Webflow.

They use Verifigator for their crm. Twitter for their social media.



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