For Immediate Release
Cherie Fields
Birmingham Venture Club
205-250-9020 OFFICE
205-218-9163 CELL 


Birmingham Venture Club Announces its 2009 Entrepreneur Accelerator Program Class


Birmingham, AL, September 18, 2009 – The Birmingham Venture Club has announced its 2009 Entrepreneur Accelerator Program Class. This program, sponsored by Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, offers high caliber entrepreneurs the opportunity to connect with other high-growth entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and mentors. In today’s economy, high powered development programs from the Birmingham Venture Club are more critical than ever.


2009 Entrepreneur Accelerator Program Class Members:



Ms. Amy Bailey - My Scoop Media, Inc.

Mr. Brian Rabon - Braintrust Software, LLC

Ms. Alison Griggs - Westglenn Software

Ms. Louise Hecker - UAB

Mr. Joshua Perrymon - PacketFocus, LLC

Mr. John Hartman - Spectrum PhenomX

Mr. Thomas Culpepper - Soringa Solutions, LLC

Mr. Jim Orrison - ComplyMD

Mr. Davies Hood - Induron Coatings, Inc.

Mr. Tom Barr - Discovery BioMed, Inc.

Mr. Robert  Fuqua - Atlas RFID Solutions, Inc.

Ms. Robin Hinkle - Redmont Health Services, Inc.

Mr. Joseph  McGilberry - JHM Consulting

Mr. Darryl Richardson - Baby Buddies



Our 6th Annual Entrepreneur Accelerator Program offers entrepreneurs access to:

  • Nationally-recognized leaders that have groomed dozens of successful entrepreneurial business leaders. Our program content is facilitated by experts who share practical, proven techniques.
  • Proven local business leaders who have committed their time and experience to mentor entrepreneurs with high growth business models.
  • Peer-to-peer networking opportunities with other entrepreneurs dealing with similar issues and comparable access to resources.

Graduates of the Accelerator program also increase their credibility and visibility among potential funders, service providers, customers and community stakeholders who count on the Club to identify rising stars in our business community. Click here for more info on the 2009 class.


The Birmingham Venture Club was founded in 1985 for the purpose of: 1) creating a network for the exchange of information between investors, entrepreneurs and professionals, 2) educating people about the purpose and benefits of venture capital and 3) stimulating investment capital for ventures that are developed in the Birmingham region.

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