Two New Acceleration Programs Move the Needle for Startups in Winston Salem
The Hub tells stories from the growing community of discoverers and makers at the Innovation Quarter in Winston Salem, NC.
“A strong innovation ecosystem requires a vibrant start-up community. In a city dedicated to “arts and innovation” and founded on entrepreneurs like the early Moravian settlers, R.J. Reynolds and the Hanes brothers, it is only fitting to carry on the city’s entrepreneurial legacy through a start-up community focused on these complementary segments of Winston-Salem.”
A great story by Jessica Brown about this summer’s efforts to build a vibrant startup community.
“This summer marked the start of two new start-up accelerators rooted in Wake Forest Innovation Quarter: New Ventures Challenge Accelerator hosted by Flywheel and the Creative Startups Accelerator, hosted by the Center for Creative Economy. Both accelerators focus on spurring innovation and business creation in the Southeast region of the United States by selecting promising young companies to complete multi-week programming focused on growing their business.”
Originally published at New Ventures NC.