Published as part of the statewide magazine, Business Alabama, The Business Advocate highlights BCA’s work on behalf of the varied needs of business at the state and federal level, spotlights BCA events and members, and includes information from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the National Association of Manufacturers. BCA members receive a complimentary subscription to Business Alabama.
Manufacturing moves Alabama's economy forward, and the Business Council of Alabama and the Alabama Technology Network are honored to celebrate Alabama's top manufacturers each year.
Henry County recently received a major economic investment when an abandoned textile factory was flipped into a state-of-the-art sawmill providing lumber to companies across Alabama.
Cullman County-based HomTex shifted gears during the pandemic to solve a national supply-chain shortage. With plans to add 300 jobs to Dallas County, they're doubling down their efforts to become America's mask manufacturer.
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians are challenging expectations and growing the economy. With nearly 6,000 direct jobs created throughout the country, PCI is serving the country and putting people to work.
Birmingham based Shipt's commitment and caring for their shoppers and customers is at the core of their revolutionary growth. Now serving over 5,000 cities, they pride themselves in delivering southern hospitality all across the U.S.
During a year of working apart from each other, the Business Council of Alabama focused its time and resources on ways to build and reunite Alabama's business community utilizing unconventional strategies and new technologies.
Operation Warp Speed outlined a requirement of cold chain logistics for COVID-19 vaccines. The challenge was met by an Alabama company witht years of refrigeration manufacturing expertise.
The Business Council of Alabama (BCA) was formed in 1985, and has worked tirelessly for the last 35 years to ensure that businesses of all shapes and sizes have every opportunity to grow and flourish in Alabama.
Great Southern Wood Preserving was supposed to be in business for as long as it took to repair and sell its equipment. Fifty years later, it's a thriving Alabama business, respected by do-it-yourselfers and contractors alike.
The Alabama Self-Insured Worker’s Compensation Fund is one of the oldest and largest self-insured groups in Alabama who provide compensation coverage with exceptional service and competitive pricing.
Encompass Health never stopped serving their patients. They made proactive changes to protect their employees and patients, so they could continue to provide their essential services safely and effectively.