No-code has exploded in popularity over the past few years—Gartner predicts it will account for more than 65% of app development activity by 2024.

We've been lucky to see this growth firsthand. For years, Makerpad members—regardless of their technical ability—have been building incredible things and growing their businesses with no-code tools like Zapier.

To celebrate the no-code movement, Zapier is launching the first National No-Code Day, an annual celebration of the people and technology that move us forward.

Every year on March 11, we'll celebrate the no-code movement and creators that inspire us. Folks like Kenan Saleh, who used Airtable and Zapier to scale his company, Halo Cars, to be acquired by Lyft just 10 months after founding.

Kenan is one of many success stories—we wants to hear more about what you're creating, solving, or building using no-code. And we want to be sure there's a day to really recognize all these achievements.

In honor of the inaugural National No-Code Day, we're launching Zapier's No-Code Contest and opening a call for entries: tell us what you've built using no-code! Haven't had a chance to use no-code tools yet? This is your chance to begin building—the call for entries is open until April 13, 2022.

We're looking for the most innovative uses of no-code tools. So whether you're an employee solving problems inside a company, you've used no-code to launch a side hustle, or you're an entrepreneur who has built an entire business on no-code technology, you're eligible for entry. 

The grand prize winner will receive: 

  • A $25,000 cash prize from Zapier.
  • A one-hour strategy call with Wade Foster, co-founder and CEO of Zapier.
  • A one-hour strategy call with Ben Tossell, founder of Makerpad.

To nominate yourself, please complete this short entry form by April 13.

Finalists will be contacted prior to posting, and winners will be announced in May 2022. By completing this application, you're agreeing to be used in Zapier's marketing materials—including but not limited to PR, social, blog, and email. Full terms and conditions can be found here. 


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