Boulo uses tech to match women + jobs—invest now with as little as $100

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Who doesn’t want flexible work these days? Photo via Unsplash

Ever wondered why women leave the workforce to care for children rather than finding a job that works with their schedules? Birmingham’s Boulo realized that employers were missing out on an untapped goldmine of highly-skilled labor. So, they built a tech-powered job-matching platform built by and for women. Keep reading to find out all the details, plus how you can own a piece of this local startup for only $100.

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Are you a professional woman caregiving during the pandemic? Get help now

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Raise your hand if you’ve ever been this working mom. Yep, me too. Photo via Unsplash

We know a lot of working women in Birmingham are juggling many responsibilities right now. Wondering what’s helping some professional women who are also caregiving navigate this time, we reached out to three experts: April Benetollo of Momentum, Gayle Lantz of Work Matters and Delphine Carter of Boulo Solutions. Keep reading to learn what we learned, including strategies and resources that can help anyone.

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Millions not required: you can invest in local companies like Boulo with Vicinity Capital today

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This mama means business. Photo via Boulo Solutions’ Facebook

Chances are, if you think of Birmingham companies, you’re probably either thinking of a place to work or a place to be a customer of some sort. Now, though, thanks to Vicinity Capital, you can become an investor in local companies like Boulo Solutions—even if you don’t have big bucks to spend. Seriously. Keep reading to find out all the details.

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