Great news for one of the most successful Birmingham start-ups to date. Grocery delivery service Shipt has signed a lease to become the anchor tenant in the Wells Fargo Building, the tallest building in Birmingham.
United Ability and Smart Solutions team up to open doors and enrich lives for people with disabilities
Sponsored Opening doors brings joy to United Ability’s Daniel Creech. Each day, at the front desk of LINCPoint, home of United Ability’s Adult Day Program for Adults with disabilities, Daniel now opens doors and welcomes co-workers and visitors alike to…
Birmingham biotech startups TriAltus Bioscience and AerBetic talk next steps after Alabama Launchpad win
The Alabama Launchpad Startup Competition, a program of the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama (EDPA), puts serious cash into serious Alabama startups. Find out what innovations November’s winners, TriAltus Bioscience and AerBetic, two Birmingham-based biotech companies, are bringing our way. Plus,…
There’s been another big win for mother-daughter duo, Kerry Schrader and Ashlee Ammons, co-founders of Birmingham tech startup Mixtroz. The company has officially reached the historic fundraising goal of $1 million!
Meet Neowaste and Moovmo, 2 Birmingham-based Alabama Launchpad winners set to transform their industries
“Since the beginning of human history, man has buried his waste in a hole in the ground.” That was Jessica Findley’s opening line in her $100,000 prize-winning pitch at the Alabama Launchpad Startup Competition in Huntsville last September. “We still…
4 things to know about AT&T’s rollout of fixed wireless internet, as they expand it to rural Jefferson county and across Alabama
Fixed wireless internet is here for rural parts of Jefferson county that don’t have access to broadband. That’s good for customers, but AT&T hopes it’s good for business investment in Birmingham and across the state, too.
6 innovative everyday solutions from Alabama Launchpad finalists. Who will win $50,000 and $100,000 on Thursday, Sept. 27?
Innovation means job creation. The six startups vying for capital at the next Alabama Launchpad competition on Thursday, Sept. 27, have the potential to do just that. Check out the innovative ways these Alabama startups hope to improve our everyday…
As Birmingham and Homewood kick electric scooters to the curb, Bird introduces 4 tech products to ‘help local governments incorporate and manage e-scooters’
Bird hopes its new GovTech platform will placate Birmingham, Homewood and all the other municipalities where the company operates in the U.S. Local governments can access it for free. Is this the answer to our scooter woes?
Tech Startup Watch: Sigao Studios, XpertDox and INFLCR make strides, PLUS 6 Alabama Launchpad competitors
It’s a big week for tech startup news in Birmingham. XpertDox and Influencer (INFLCR) announce exciting new developments. Sigao Studios hosts a workshop on Sept. 24 to help other tech startups succeed. And with six Alabama startups, four of them…
Bird wants to take over Birmingham with electric scooters, and the $2 billion company doesn’t seem to care about regulations
Yeah, it’s more of a world-domination thing with Bird electric scooters. Why? To get people out of cars. Electric scooters are a thing, people. They’re everywhere!
Have you ever been to a large venue like a football game and you’re not able to post that cute selfie you just took? Then you think to yourself … how is it 2018 and your larger than life cell…
Birmingham’s Hot Rod Gods: Curtiss Motorcycles’ all-electric, luxury Zeus and Hera models are a force to be reckoned with
The Magic City is abuzz with news of electric buses and scooters lately. In California, however, the most interesting electric vehicle news from Birmingham is happening on the manufacturing floor of Curtiss Motorcycles.
Add Birmingham to Tech’s Growing List of Tech Hubs ~ Barron’s That is the headline and subsequent story that was published this weekend by Barron’s, one of the nation’s most influential financial publications.
Area code 205 is a Birmingham identifier. American Idol winner and Grammy-nominated Birmingham singer Ruben Studdard made 205 famous when he wore it emblazoned across his jersey as he performed on the national show as a way of paying homage…
Birmingham Transit (BJCTA) awarded $1.5 million from US Department of Transportation to buy electric buses
U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Transit Authority has awarded a $1.5 million grant to the Birmingham Jefferson County Transit to put low-emission and no-emission electric buses on city streets.