The partners of the small scale Erasmus+ project “NoCode4BUSINESS” have met on the 11th and the 12th October for the first time in Timisoara, Romania.

The project had effectively been launched through an online meeting in July, but this was the chance to meet for the first time with all the consortium.

The partners have checked the ongoing situation with the tasks and set the next dates for the upcoming activities. The project is addressed to entrepreneurs, SMEs, and self-employed that face the complex process of technological change that requires increased digital skills.

In many cases, they may not have sufficient skills (nor time) to manage the uptake of complicated digital tools and advanced coding. Between 2020 and 2021, the concept of “low code” and “no-code” has emerged, becoming a fast-growing force in the business sector. No-code movement is for those that know little to nothing about coding but need to automate their operations digitally. On this purpose, the project tackles this gap since it will develop initial training elements on no-code, focusing on prototyping, digital communication & marketing, and business operations’ automatisation and scale-up.

The general objective is to raise awareness on no-code opportunities for entrepreneurs and for everyone who wants to access the world of web development with low or no programming skills.

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