In this report, Innovate Birmingham explores the entrepreneur’s point of view. We interviewed 22 local startup CEOs across various industries and company stages. They shared with us...
Birmingham's tech scene is growing, but how do we accelerate? This is a question we all ask and after months of data collection, Innovate Birmingham will seek to answer.
When healthcare providers see the cost of tests and medications, while they are working in the medical record, they tend to be more diligent when ordering. The result is they tend to order fewer and less expensive tests and medications.
Pack Health, LLC is a digital coaching company that was established in 2013 with the mission of helping patients with chronic conditions access the right care and develop the self-management skills to achieve better health and overall well-being.
Quantalytix is a software-as-a-Service platform for the financial services industry. Through our web-based platform customers can immediately gain access to market data, news, and economic events.
Conceived, designed, and developed by ArchitectureWorks Lead Architect Bruce Lanier, MAKEbhm has been embraced as a gathering place for people who believe that good design, original ideas, and collaboration are the foundation of the creative community. MAKE blurs the boundaries between makerspace, art co-op, and incubator while also challenging notions of the types of work—clean & dirty, noisy & quiet--that can co-exist under the same roof.
Innovate Birmingham is charged with connecting the dots in Birmingham’s emerging technology and innovation ecosystem....our actions build towards short-, mid- and long-term results that will positively impact Birmingham's technology and innovation ecosystem.
FreeTextbooks brings the competitiveness of online textbook pricing to campus with one-hour in-person delivery. And, 25% of textbooks are totally free. Our network of 1,000+ student reps buy, sell & rent textbooks to their friends, running their own relationally-driven startup within their campus social sphere.
My advice to prospective young people considering a move to Birmingham would be to not let the city’s or state’s stereotypes influence your decision to make the move. Doing so would be a disservice to both you and the city...
"Be ready to work harder than you’ve ever imagined and surround yourself with people who are smart, trustworthy and thinking big".