UK Government Expands No-Code Programme

UK Government Expands No-Code Programme

Simon Jenner

Wednesday, 10 November 2021

The UK Government has announced £450k of additional funding to support No-code Startups

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Last week the UK Government announced that it is awarding £450k, through the Community Renewal Fund, for the roll out of a wider no-code programme in the UK. That programme will allow us to invest in a further 20 tech startups and provide education to hundreds of people that want to learn how to build no-code applications.
This news follows on from the successful launch of the SuperTech pre-accelerator and bootcamps back in January 2021. You can read all about that on Bubble's blog here. That programme up-skilled 50 students in no-code development and has funded five startups which will be launched throughout December and January.
We are proud to continue working on this programme with our partners SuperTech, The Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership, BMet, Dudley College and Walsall College and to see no-code growing up from something hidden on tech blogs to something in the main stream education and growth strategy for the UK.
Million Labs has agreed to continue to match fund this growth programme and hopes to be able to expand it to other parts of the UK and further education institutions throughout 2022. The impact on local regional growth is exceptional and we are continuing to see outstanding diversity in the startups and students we work with.
We will share more news of how you can apply for funding and training over the coming months. In the interim, if you would like more information please email us at

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