By Dana Sanchez
Sydney Davis, CEO of Tequity, won $40,000 in cash and the type of exposure money can’t buy when her company took first place among 225 applicants in VC firm Harlem Capital‘s virtual pitch competition.
Tequity is a no-coding-required mobile app development platform.
Its pitch is that it empowers non-technical founders to solve complex problems with apps that are simple to build, easy to manage and available to everyone. Removing technical and financial barriers to web and app development, Tequity claims it has done for apps what WordPress did for websites.
Many entrepreneurs have ideas for apps but lack the skills they need to create them, founder Davis said. They assume they can’t take their businesses to the next level. “Tequity brings equity to tech,” solving that problem.