Aer-Flo opening Lincoln facility; Landing lays off more employees; Bottega reopens in Birmingham; Birmingham Bound has new president

Aer-Flo Sports is opening a new facility on a 22-acre site in Lincoln

Aer-Flo opens Lincoln facility

Aer-Flo Sports is opening a new facility on a 22-acre site in Lincoln, providing the company the opportunity to more than double its space in the coming years. The location will be a warehouse and distribution center for its custom windscreens, field padding and other sports padding and protectors.  – Aer-Flo Sports


Landing lays off more employees

A second round of layoffs at Landing will affect remote workers in Birmingham, San Francisco and Mexico City. This comes two months after the Birmingham-based company laid off 110 employees. – Birmingham Business Journal

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Stitt-run Bottega restaurant reopening

Frank and Pardis Stitt’s Bottega restaurant will reopen Wednesday night for the first time since its COVID-19-related closing in March 2020. The Stitts say they plan to reopen Highlands Bar and Grill, their James Beard Award-winning restaurant, by spring 2023. – Bham Now


Birmingham Bound has new president

Maria Underwood has been named the new president of Birmingham Bound, a nonprofit dedicating to growing Birmingham’s tech ecosystem. The nonprofit was founded in 2018 and has since recruited more than 20 companies to Birmingham.  – Birmingham Bound

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