Here’s how you can help:
Support Birmingham small businesses and their workers by donating to these funds or purchasing gift cards to be used at a later date:
Keep your purchasing local and check out Bham Now’s Local Business guide with 300+ businesses that are promoting special deals and curbside delivery during the COVID-19 crisis.
Pre-order fresh vegetables, fruits, meat, and delicious pastries for the Drive-Thru Pepper Place Farmer’s Market on April 11th.
Our entire country is enduring economic hardship and those who are being hit the hardest are our local businesses. They are the heart of our community and life in Birmingham. We want to extend a huge thank you to the City of Birmingham, Mayor Woodfin, the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development team, the Overton Project, REV Birmingham, Innovate Birmingham, TechBirmingham, and others who are working so hard on projects like BhamStrong to support our business community during this difficult time.
Birmingham Black Techies is gearing up to host their first virtual conference, Black Tech Takeover, next week from February 3-5th.
Ian Hoppe, CEO of Con.doit, gives us the scoop on what being a part of the inaugural Techstars cohort was like.