According to a Reuters post, on 27 July, Bubble, a New York-based startup for non-coders, that allows designing and creating web apps, informed that it raised $100 million in a funding round led by Insight Partners.
During the pandemic, no-code or low-code tools became extremely popular, as they provide businessmen an opportunity to create web applications without relying on engineers.
Bubble co-founder, Emmanuel Straschnov, and his partner started the company in New York in 2012, and nowadays it is used by 1 million people worldwide and has increased its revenue three times last year.
Straschnov said he plans to use the funding for hiring more engineers and educating students and others to use Bubble.
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