Despite ups and downs, 2020 has been a magical year for tech news in The Magic City. We took a look back to see some of the biggest tech events in Birmingham in 2020—including the announcement of Ed Farm.Continue reading “9 highlights from a productive year in tech in Birmingham, including Ed Farm”
Birmingham entrepreneur, Matthew Ingram, has launched an app (social network) to bring together gym owners, trainers, and athletes.
FitChalk is a new technology which “simplifies everything needed to run a gym.
One of the nation’s most prestigious entrepreneurial programs, 10,000 Small Businesses has served over 7,700 small business owners and has reached businesses from all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and Washington, D.C.
Since its founding, alumni of the 10,000 Small Business program have achieved immediate and sustained growth.
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In terms of consumers who buy products to help them with movement, there are three main types, the Athlete, the Elderly, and the Handicap.
Forrest Satterfield’s company, Satterfield Technologies, wants to help those (above) looking for external limb attachments or prosthetic’s and find them cheaper and more efficiently.
The Jemison Award, now in its 31st year, is awarded to entrepreneurs, and the respected companies, who possess high growth and high value in the Bham business ecosystem.