The Startup Bakery: Launching 24 startups in 24 months — not mine, yours!

After spending a huge portion of the past few years coding and designing my project ideas, a bunch of them sitting in different folders on my computer, I’ve decided to take a leaf out of Pieter Levels’ book. However, unlike Pieter, my challenge is to help aspiring founders build, design, and launch their startup ideas for free!

Although I’ll be doing this for free, I’ll be documenting my process in building the app and it will be made available as a course afterwards.

Problem: The hardest part of starting up is starting out.

I believe that, at the heart of every great company is a great entrepreneur. And one of the biggest issues that faces non-technical entrepreneurs is finding out how to build their idea.

Who’s this for?

This is beneficial for non-technical entrepreneurs who:

  • Are fed up of not being able to act on their ideas due to outsourcing woes, or inability to find technical co-founders.

Solution: Building your first version (v1) is often the first major step in validating your idea.

Over the next 24 months, I’ll put a hold on my startup ideas and focus on helping ambitious non-technical entrepreneurs who are struck with brilliant ideas and don’t know how to bring them to life.

I’ll work with you to conceptualise your idea and help you build out a beautiful product release that will get you on your startup journey.

With your v1(version 1), you can more effectively raise funds and hire developers to continue your journey.

The process

  1. First, bring your vision: Tell me a bit about yourself, your idea, and what your goals are.

Who am I?

My name is Tomiwa Adey, and I’m a full-stack developer by trade. But I’m also a serial entrepreneur.

My love for crafting products and services that help people solve problems they have, started 10 years ago.

Over these years, I’ve worked on more than 40 projects, built over 200 web and mobile apps, started 3 companies and sold one of them.

After a difficult year, I wanted to start afresh. I was going over the ideas I wanted to pursue, looking for that one Idea that could get me excited again.

Then I came to the realisation that I’ve been looking at this from the wrong angle. If I’m truly motivated by solving exciting problems, one of the best way to go about it is to help the people who have great ideas but are stuck on how to start.

Next steps and how you can be involved

  • If you have an idea and you want to see that idea turn into reality, you can do by filling out this form.

Monthly progress report

I’ll be updating my progress here with links to posts about each month’s startup.

Q: Are you a non-technical founder who has built projects in the past. How did you go about it? Please let me know in the comments.

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