It is important to me to keep a finger on the pulse of the place I call home – Birmingham, Alabama. As such, I work with a few local companies that I deeply believe in on their communication efforts, seeking to tell their story to the masses.
The Wealth Edit: The Wealth Edit is a local Birmingham startup that recently won Alabama Launchpad and an investment of $50,000 to continue our mission of educating women about personal finance. In the past, it has been taboo or tacky for women to talk about money – no more. Our community is made up of women of all ages who gather, learn, and plan their financial journey through virtual courses, weekly guest speakers, and educational content. Join us!
GLOW: This startup allows customers to book makeup, hair, and spray tanning services all in one convenient app. We empower you to look and feel your best and provide a first-class beauty experience each time. Learn more here.
Wyndy: Wyndy – an app that makes it simple to find, book, and pay vetted, background-checked college babysitters – has put more than $3 million into the pockets of college students in Birmingham and Nashville alone. Top Wyndys earn $1,000 or more monthly, all while working in a way that fits within their schedule. Learn more here.
Heidi Elnora Atelier: Right in the heart of downtown Birmingham is a couture wedding dress designer that is an alum of Project Runway and the star of TLC’s Bride by Design. Heidi Elnora reflects Heidi’s raw, Southern heritage, and appeals to a wide range of brides through the brand’s distinct wedding dress collections Heidi Elnora and Build-A-Bride™. See for yourself.