Birmingham-based Techstars Accelerator Announces Inaugural Class of Startups

Three Alabama startups and seven from outside the state are among the inaugural class of the Techstars Alabama EnergyTech Accelerator. “Birmingham’s startup community is on the rise, and Techstars is a major step in its evolution as one of our country’s brightest entrepreneurial hubs,” said Nate Schmidt, managing director of Techstars. Teams selected for the…

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