A Nashville-born startup led by an African-American mother-daughter duo is representative of Birmingham’s innovation economy.
That’s a lot to unpack.
Let’s start with the startup.
The seeds for Mixtroz, an app-based technology that aids in networking and mixing, were sewn in Nashville on a weekend in late 2014 when both Kerry Schrader and her daughter Ashlee Ammons had separate experiences that were equally frustrating. They were living in the Music City at the time.