They are a group of makers based in Atlanta who share the same goal: to build products and solve problems in community. The fellowship explores the power of NoCode, Low Code, and Visual Developer tools to build amazing products in short periods of time.

The Zero To One Makers Club holds strong collaboration values. It encourages its members to give first and be open to overcoming their challenges together. Following this premise, the community joins to take ideas from zero to one.

They started with meetups of 15 people in the early stages of building, and four years later, they keep meeting every Friday. Meetings are all about sharing their progress and stay accountable. The community has 25+ successful products launched, and some of those are reached #1 in Product Hunt!

They are not accepting new members right now, but you can sign up for the newsletter to stay updated. Receive resources to build your own community and participate in beta testings.


  • Membership: Free Community
  • Year Founded: 2018
  • Founders:

    Karthik Puvvada

  • Amount of members: 9
  • Online Group: No
  • Job board: No
  • Language: English
  • Method: In Person, Virtual


Be part of the community progress:
Members join efforts to turn ideas into profitable products in a supportive and open environment. They build in public, offering a great opportunity to improve your ideas and get inspired by a group of makers.

Virtual and in-person meetings:
They host online events and also meet regularly on Fridays. Community meetings are good spaces to stay accountable and share your progress with a group of people who have your back.

You can sign up to stay updated with the latest products launched by the community, discover discounts before anyone else, and access beta tests.



No requirements.



They meet every Friday at 4 pm in in-person meetings to stay accountable and help each other to launch new products. These spaces are powerful gatherings where makers explore their creativity and ideate solutions together.

Learning Events

They share monthly issues and newsletters to show new trending products and discuss useful tools for makers. You'll also find building in public updates to keep a track of what members are working on and learn from them.

Content Library

They have an open directory of makers where you can find their bios and get to know more about their work.


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