Author: Greater Winston-Salem, Inc.

FSIoffice acquires MyFain.com

FSIoffice is pleased to announce the acquisition of MyFain.com in the Winston-Salem market. FSIoffice is a privately held and Women-Owned Business (MWBE certified) that was established by Jimmy Godwin in 1962. During the past 50 years, FSIoffice has served the Southeast and grown from a mom and pop operation to one of the largest independent… Read More »

Staff Announcements for the Winston-Salem Dash 2018 Season

The Winston-Salem Dash have hired new staff and promoted several of their front office team members in preparation for the 2018 home opener on Thursday, April 12. Blair Hoke has been hired as the Director of Corporate Partnerships and Joe Weil will be the Broadcaster and Media Relations Manager. Ryan Nicholson will be the Creative… Read More »

Wake and WSSU Host Joint Celebration in Honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Each year, Wake Forest University and Winston-Salem State University collaborate to host a major celebration to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The theme of this year’s program, “On Common Ground: Where Do We Go From Here?,” highlights the call for the next generation of leaders to help mend historical divides and… Read More »

Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation (PART) Salute to Business Luncheon

The Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation (PART) is an integral part of the State of North Carolina, connecting communities of the Piedmont Triad. Created under special legislation in 1997, the PART agency is the only Regional Transportation Authority in North Carolina. Together with a governing board of 23 elected and appointed officials representing the Piedmont… Read More »

Applications Open for WSPD Citizen’s Police Academy

The Winston-Salem Police Department is accepting applications for the next Citizens’ Police Academy, which will start April 5. The Citizens’ Police Academy is a 13-week program that meets once a week to better acquaint citizens with the law enforcement profession and the role of the Police Department within the community. The Citizens’ Police Academy curriculum… Read More »

Can the North Carolina Business Court Hear our Lawsuit About Non-Competes?

At some point, most businesses will find themselves on one side of the following scenario: a company’s key employee who had access to proprietary and confidential information leaves and begins working for a competitor. Businesses try to minimize their risk in these scenarios through non-compete and nondisclosure agreements, and they may decide to bring a… Read More »

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