Two SE start-ups form partnership to help parents navigating the new remote, hybrid, global workplace

Hypepotamus reports that two female-founded and Southeast-based start-ups – one from Nashville and the other from Birmingham – have joined forces to bring mental health support to parents navigating the new remote, hybrid, global workplace.

Courtney Bolton, a Psychologist and Founder of Nashville-based Veer Clinic, is partnering with Delphine Carter, Founder of Boulo Solutions, a Birmingham-based candidate platform helping working mothers and caregivers get back in the workplace with flexible opportunities. As described in this article, their “partnership is designed to help address the ever-growing pain point around childcare that parents feel when searching for a new job.”

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