New Board Officers have been named to TechBirmingham for 2018. TechBirmingham is the city’s pivotal organization dedicated to strengthening and promoting the technology environment, while supporting existing, and start-up technology companies in the region.
By now you might have heard about Birmingham innovator Deon Gordon. He is the dynamic, former head of business incubator REV Birmingham. After a nation-wide search TechBirmingham chose Gordon as their next president.
This morning, TechBirmingham‘s Board of Directors announced they have selected Deon Gordon as their next President.
Last night we heard about how Jennifer Skjellum became president of TechBirmingham. Don’t miss out on our next BOLD speaker series!
Door prizes including 2 Sidewalk passes and a chance to win a private group Pedal Tour for 14! Join Bham Now and friends at 5:30 – 7pm at Avondale Brewery, upstairs. It’s free!
Sloss Tech will host some of Birmingham’s own brightest, in addition to national speakers like Tiki Barber and Casey Niestat.
I spoke with three of them, and they had a lot to say about Birmingham!
The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects computer and information technology occupations to grow by 12% from 2014 to 2024. As a result, 4.4 million computer and information technology jobs would exist in the U.S. alone. Currently, the United States has more than half a million tech-related job openings!
If you are looking for a way to differentiate yourself from the rest of the workforce, than these computer programming courses in Birmingham just may help.
The Innovation Depot, the largest startup business incubator in the Southeast, continues to advance the interest of Birmingham by facilitating A+ companies and helping them expand operations.
Now Fleetio, first housed inside the massive facility, is moving out and setting up shop near the Pizitz!
Well techies, the time for a follow up conference by Bham’s premiere tech. association is at hand.