Inside the mind of an entrepreneur: our founder of the week tells us about the remote queuing solution he developed on Bubble to reduce physical queues in stores and lower the number of high-risk interactions.

What led you to entrepreneurship?

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I’ve always been attracted to entrepreneurship, that’s why I’ve always done side projects alongside my studies. Even though I have a lot of ideas, I still can’t devote as much time to it as I would like.

I studied product management and am now an IT tech consultant. Although I’m not a developer from the start, I was able to extend my field of action and my skills thanks to Bubble which allowed me to develop new projects such as Vipii.

Can you introduce us to Vipii?


Inside the mind of an entrepreneur : our founder of the week tells us about his business acquisition strategy and the pivot he made with Remote quizz.

What led you to entrepreneurship ?

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My background was mainly linked to finance for 6+ years. After obtaining my degree in finance, I served as a management consultant and then as a finance manager and CFO in a variety of healthcare and tech startups and companies.

I was attracted to entrepreneurship as early as university, when I entered an international school in Taipei. The Asian education system strongly encourages students to develop products to create value and to engage in entrepreneurship. That’s how I took a minor in which the school gave us $2,000 to create a fully functional and operational business from scratch. …


During its TechEd 2020 online conference (December 8–10), SAP unveiled Low/No-code development tools to reduce the complexity of creating applications and business processes.

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SAP TechEd in 2018 (official website)

Three new tools soon to be available to technical and non-technical employees

The leader in enterprise software has announced a new Cloud Platform Extension suite that brings together three types of tools for different skill levels and automation scenarios:

  • Cloud Platform Workflow Management: a Low-code solution for developers and business experts who will be able to configure and automate enterprise workflows with limited use of code. The objective is to be able to integrate operational data to user experience management.
  • 2.0 Intelligent Robotic Process Automation (RPA): a Low-code solution to automate repetitive and manual tasks through software bots based on machine learning. …

Inside the mind of an entrepreneur : our founder of the week talks about how he managed to get involved in side projects while studying and how he developed a business app with Bubble.

What attracts you to entrepreneurship?

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I came from a preparatory engineering class during which I had to work a lot without being able to devote time to personal projects. As soon as I finished it, I tried to create, learn, discover new things and realize the ideas I had in mind while I was studying engineering and my bachelor’s degree in economics.

My first project was the development of an application called Victoire Durail and made me realize that I had a great appetence for entrepreneurship. I then raised funds for the humanitarian association Enfants du Désert (Children of the Desert) by participating in the…


The famous rental platform has been in the headlines since its thunderous IPO on Thursday, December 10. An unexpected consecration in this period of Covid-19 pandemic. What are the good practices that led Airbnb to the $100 billion market capitalization?

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Art by Mike Sullivan

1 — Don’t doubt your idea, but the way you implement it

“One thing I learned is, big ideas sound stupid in the beginning”, Brian Chesky.

Because in the beginning, it was far from being won.

Brian Chesky studied industrial design in art school. He had never heard of entrepreneurship, let alone thought of embarking on it. His parents, social workers, had asked him to find a job with health insurance and follow a normal path.

After meeting his future business partner Joe Gebbia at work in 2007, he decided with him to move to San Francisco to launch a startup without the slightest idea in mind. …


Inside the mind of an entrepreneur: our founder of the week tells us about the free employee scheduling application he built using Bubble and a custom algorithm.

1 — What attracts you towards entrepreneurship?

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Before being a data consultant at Epsilon, I had already started small entrepreneurial projects that unfortunately didn’t work well enough to work on them full-time. As I didn’t want to give up this kind of projects, I decided to have a salaried job while working on it in my spare time.

I had the idea of Co-planning during the first lockdown in March 2020. Many of my family members are in the medical sector, so I was aware that in hospitals the scheduling process for employees is done by hand and contains inefficiencies. …


A record was broken. Salesforce software company purchased the Slack messaging platform on December 1, 2020, for a whopping $27.7 billion.

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The Covid-19 Crisis at the Origin of Remote Collaboration Market Boom

2020 is definitely not a year like any other. The Covid-19 crisis has accelerated the creation of a brand new arena in which battles are already raging: the corporate remote collaboration market. This acquisition comes at a time when this market has never been so highly valued with the increased practice of remote working imposed by the health crisis and lockdown.

Not only does the $27.7 billion purchase price for Slack far exceed Salesforce’s annual revenue, it also represents 12% of Slack’s $220 billion market capitalization. This makes it the largest deal in the industry ever, with all due respect…


Inside the mind of an entrepreneur: our founder of the week talks about the application he developed on Bubble to help people with their retirement savings.

1) What led you to entrepreneurship ?

I have always seen entrepreneurship as putting your shoulder against the world and pushing, and then feeling the world move. It’s an exhilarating and stimulating experience.

I immersed myself in it as early as high school when I started working on my own and doing odd jobs such as construction projects and carpentry to make ends meet. I continued in college by starting a tutoring business to help me pay the bills.

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My mentality has always been that it’s easier to make money on your own than to look for a job. When I finally entered the corporate world, I…


Missed our monthly Knowledge Sharing event about Bubble? Don’t panic and keep reading this.

Arthur Kieffer, CTO of Cube, and Maxime Garcia, Bubble developer at Cube, were there to answer all your questions.

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I — Challenge of the month: Bubble Snake Live Demo


Inside the mind of an entrepreneur: our founder of the week tells about the company he created around the Facebook page “Être étudiant” with his co-associate and the recent release of their online resume solution.

What led you to entrepreneurship?

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“I was brought to it by meeting my friend and future co-associate Fabien Feuillard during our business school studies. We both had already made videos on Dailymotion that had worked well and wanted to realize news projects.

Our first project was a website called “Student Box” made on Wordpress to list the best websites and applications for students. Since we didn’t have a lot of money to put into advertising and promotion, it wasn’t very well known and we didn’t have a big flow of visitors. To change this, we created a Facebook page with a name that we wanted…

Melanie Bialgues

Communication & Marketing Intern at Cube (ex Intrafounders)

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