Post by Jessica Nissenbaum from Alabama NewsCenter
Ten Alabama-based technology startups will be on display at the Consumer Technology Association’s all-virtual CES 2021, Jan. 11-14, the world’s largest and most influential consumer technology event.
The Alabama Start-up Pavilion booth will be among nearly 2,000 exhibitors showcasing their businesses, products and ideas with the biggest brands and innovators from around the world.
This year’s CES conference will be via an all-virtual platform to allow businesses, thought leaders, policymakers, media and the broader tech community to launch products, build brands and form partnerships to digitally convene.
By taking a seat at this table, some of Alabama’s most cutting-edge tech startups will have the opportunity to shine on the global stage and promote the state as one of the country’s brightest entrepreneurial hubs.
“Alabama isn’t just looking to the future – we’re creating it,” said Tony Smoke, senior vice president of Marketing and Economic Development for Alabama Power. “Alabama has the right tools, resources and ecosystems in place to help tech-based businesses thrive, and our mission at CES is to show these companies why they should call the state home.”
Featured at the Alabama Start-up Pavilion will be the following startups:
- Virimodo | Donna Sanders
Sustainability, Energy/Power, Smart Cities and Resilience
- Resilient Power Systems (RPS) | Josh Keister
Smart Cities and Resilience, Energy/Power
- Elektrik | Mario Dealba
- Con.doit | Ian Hoppe
- Linq | Elliot Potter
Home Office Hardware and Accessories
- Fledging | Ethan Summers
Home office Hardware and Accessories
- Purilan | Tyler Hurd
- Porch Pod | Patrick Campbell
Smart and safe home delivery
- Mixtroz | Ashley Ammons
Home Office and Accessories
- OWL | OWL rep (Sally Watts) and Kenny Keenan
IOT/Sensors, Smart Cities and Resilience
The Alabama Start-up Pavilion is sponsored by Made in Alabama, Alabama Power, Economic Development Partnership of Alabama (EDPA), Techstars Alabama Energytech Accelerator and the University of Alabama.
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