A Tale of 2 Card Games
Hatch Apps was founded by Param Jaggi and Amelia Friedman in 2015 with the vision to build the go-to place for custom software. The duo originally bootstrapped the company by selling 4,000 units of The 2016 Election Game.
The original product, a no-code mobile app builder, launched in late 2017. After participating in the Y Combinator fellowship, the company raised $2.2 million from Morgan Stanley, Revolution Rise of the Rest, January Ventures, and several other notable investors. Using the same core technology, Hatch Apps has expanded to be a full no-code platform designed to democratize the software industry.
To self-fund the company's growth, the team launched another card game called Done With 2020. The game sold 35,000 units during the height of the global pandemic. Now all stakeholders get a copy of both card games.
Hatch Apps is a remote-first company with team members in the US, Turkey, India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.