A few weeks ago, Shipt celebrated virtually when our logo officially lit up the top of downtown Birmingham’s tallest building. Now, a tech company is beaming alongside some of the most influential companies in Alabama.
It’s easy to see why Britney is the inaugural presenter. From serving on the boards of REV Birmingham and Tech Birmingham, to serving as the Vice President of Community Engagement at Shipt, Britney’s resume is impressive.
A guest columnist goes inside the plan to make more firms Birmingham Bound.
When you think technology hub you might not immediately think Birmingham, but we hope you will soon.
In just over a year, Birmingham Bound has played a direct role in recruiting more than a dozen tech operations to Birmingham. Hear about their unprecedented success and how Britney and the Bham Bound team is leveraging the energetic startup community and corporate partners to attract high growth…
Atlanta firm LeaseQuery is one of the latest to join the Magic City.
Shipt CEO Kelly Caruso sheds light on her first six months on the job, her vision for Birmingham and more.
Birmingham has become a bustling hub for tech companies and startups alike in recent years. This past April, the city was named as one of America’s new tech hot spots. In addition, Birmingham programs and funds like Innovation Depot’s Velocity Accelerator Program and the Alabama Futures Fund (AFF)
A new initiative called Birmingham Bound is set to revamp and recruit companies of high-growth to produce a satellite office or second headquarters in the Magic City.