I just wrote a story about Qmobao, a start-up that aims to give anyone, especially entertainers, the ability to create their own mobile apps. To lower the barrier of entry for small businesses in America in a similar way, Bizness Apps allows small businesses like hairdressers, restaurants, café’s, gyms or real estate agents to create their own mobile apps and publish them across iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry and Windows devices. Mobile apps are the new websites, and services like Qmobao and Bizness Apps are driving the transition.

Using a simple dashboard and by following a step by step process, any small business can create an app to engage with their customers through mobile. For example, if I tried to make an app for TechNode as a blog; I can name the app, and select the features that I want to appear on the app. relevant features to us include a blog scroll, message board and comment board. Some other cool features on offer are, GPS directions, QR code reader and push notifications

I recently had a chat with the founder of Bizness Apps, Andrew Gazdecki to find out more.

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Jason Lim

Jason is an Australian born Chinese living in Beijing, specializing in entrepreneurship, start-ups and the investment eco-system in China, especially in the tech and social area.