Author: Greater Winston-Salem, Inc.

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 »

Carolina Thunderbirds Host Charity Sled Hockey Game

The Thunderbirds are proud to announce that on Saturday, January 6th, 2018, the team will play a charity game of sled hockey against an all-star team made up of players from North Carolina, including military veterans. The game will be played at 4:35 pm, with the doors opening at 4:15 pm est. This game is… Read More »

Forsyth Tech Announces Winners of the Small Business Launch Challenge

Forsyth Technical Community College announces the winners of the Small Business Launch Challenge held at Wake Downtown, Innovation Quarter on Monday, December 18, 2017. Six finalists presented their proposals for new businesses, and three winners were chosen. The first place winner was Stacey Mitchell, co-owner of Smoke and Skillet Food and Beverage Catering; second place… Read More »

Image360 Winston-Salem North Tops in Customer Satisfaction

Image360 Winston-Salem North has been named one of the top performing wide format printers in the nation by SurveyAdvantage’s Print Buyer Satisfaction Index. This recognition confirms the Center’s highest customer loyalty rating in Alliance Franchise Brand’s network of more than 600 independently-owned locations in the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada. It also places… Read More »

WFU Professor Publishes Senior Adults Weight Loss Study

New Year’s Resolution for Older Adults: Lose Weight the Right Way If shedding some of those extra pounds is your goal for the new year, are you sure you’re losing the right kind of weight? Health and exercise science professor Kristen Beavers of Wake Forest University has a challenge for older adults resolving to drop… Read More »

New “Dine and Do Good” Eatery Comes to Winston-Salem This Spring

The visionary journey of Second Harvest Food Bank’s Triad Community Kitchen (TCK) continues as plans unfold to open a second restaurant, adding Providence Kitchen’s twist on casual farm-to-fork cuisine to the vibrant, culinary landscape of downtown Winston-Salem. BB&T is the lead supporter behind the “dining for a cause” venture set to open this spring and… Read More »

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