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Jul 11, 2024

No Code, No Problem: Building Your MVP


No Code, No Problem: Building Your MVP

Learn how to build a minimum viable product or add AI to your venture – all without an engineer.

Enjoy free ice cream and learn how to build a minimum viable product or add AI to your venture – all without an engineer.

Did you know that you can turn your idea into a minimum viable product (MVP) and/or add AI to your product without knowing how to code? In this workshop, you’ll learn about no-code tools, mindset, and processes to help you build a product you can test with real customers!


As the senior advisor for B2B and technology, Phil Green supports B2B ventures and teams facing engineering/product development choices.

Phil brings 30 years of experience in building products, services, teams, and companies. As a former CTO, he has built web-based enterprise applications, as well as consumer mobile apps for iOS and Android. As a former CEO, he built a customer base of 5,000 organizations, in 50 countries, serving over one million users. This B2B venture used a direct sales channel to penetrate F1000 accounts such as Bank of America, NASA, Owens Corning, Pfizer, and Kraft Foods, and used an indirect partner channel to penetrate international markets as well as small to midsize U.S. businesses. As a COO, he has improved operations and profitability, and has led the company’s push to establish an inbound marketing strategy focused on generating B2B leads.

Phil has experience in conversational AI, search, database systems, agile development, no-code product development solutions, such as Bubble & Glide, and has worked at venture-backed startups, self-funded startups, and publicly traded companies. Phil can also advise on how to approach angel investors, and he is a Boston Techstars alumnus.

Phil holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and an AB in economics from Harvard College.


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