Gear up, Birmingham—it’s time for another guide to local start-ups. We found three companies who are making waves in The Magic City’s small business world, and you’re going to want a front row seat for it. Read on for more.
1. Robot of Business
Robot of Business (ROB) is a cutting-edge AI copywriting and website landing page tool.
How does it work? By answering a few questions about their business, users can generate website copy and landing pages in a matter of minutes. This user-friendly interface makes it easy for entrepreneurs with no prior web design experience.
Founded by Birminghamian Mike Black and co-founder Craig Key, ROB has transformed the online presence of 500+ small businesses.
“Robot of Business is the result of our deep understanding of the challenges faced by small business owners when it comes to building an effective online presence.
We wanted to provide a solution that is both powerful and simple to use, enabling entrepreneurs to showcase their products and services with confidence.”Mike Black, co-founder, ROB
ROB’s AI-powered copywriting ensures that the generated content is not only engaging but also meets the needs of each business.
Moxi provides daycare on-demand by partnering with top daycares and their existing families to sell unused daycare days through Moxi for a reasonable daily price.
In a LinkedIn post, Founder Cori Fain shared the inspiration behind starting Moxi.
“For the mom who is over-stimulated and needs a day of peace, for the parent who missed the big meeting because their sitter canceled at the last minute, for every caregiver who would pursue something new if only they had the extra support, we see you.
We are you. Moxi was built for you.”Cori Fain, Founder and CEO, Moxi
Moxi will provide the most flexible and accessible childcare on the market from day one. There are no contracts, commitments, or fees; you only pay for the care you need.
This cancer research and development lab is the newest addition to Pepper Place’s Martin Biscuit building.
What can you expect? IN8bio is a biotechnology company focused on developing cellular therapies for cancer, centered around cancer research developed at UAB and other institutions across the Southeast.
CEO and co-founder William Ho shared his thoughts on bringing this development to Birmingham.
“IN8bio is committed to Birmingham, and we are dedicated to bringing new treatments for difficult-to-treat cancers and leveraging the power of gamma-delta T cells to develop therapies that can eradicate cancer, a vision we refer to as Cancer Zero.”William Ho, CEO and co-founder, IN8bio
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