In the post-recession period, much of the US has been slow to recover. Certain towns and cities, however, have bucked the trend and emerged as shining beacons of economic progress. Many of these have relied on the strength of traditional industry as a support base, while pushing investment in future-oriented sectors at the same time. The city of Birmingham in Alabama is one of the leading examples of this approach, having long relied on its established steel industry to buoy the local economy, being home to some of America’s largest steel manufacturers, including CMC Steel, US Steel and Nucor. On the other side of the coin, Birmingham is a thriving financial hub, with Regions Financial Corporation and BBVA Compass both based in the city, and a business centre for the wider region, playing home to AT&T, Protective Life and various other household names.
Alongside this, Birmingham is located at the nexus of several interstate highways, giving access to the Midwest and the East Coast. Thanks to Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport, it also has quick and easy connections to the rest of North America, making the city an excellent business proposition.
With a prestigious location and excellent rates, the Downtown Wells Fargo Center offers a virtual office location and business address from which to get your operation up and running.
As well as virtual offices, our business centres in Birmingham have bookable meeting rooms, where you can pay by the hour for the space you need, and modern, adaptable co-working spaces, where you can collaborate on a long-term project or partner up for as long as you require. Need a new base? Regus centres also offer serviced office spaces to rent.