Greater Winston-Salem: Where Success Starts
Greater Winston-Salem is proud to be home to an ever-growing community of diverse and innovative businesses. Whether you are just getting started or expanding your company to new territory, Winston-Salem has the resources and community ready to support you.
Entrepreneurs and business leaders across industries see their businesses and workforce thrive in Winston-Salem. Here are some of their stories.
Serial entrepreneurs Brian Platz and Andrew Filipowski are seeing their latest venture take off, thanks to Winston-Salem’s ample resources that they say can amplify anyone’s business potential.
Javara is a clinical research startup that thrives among Winston-Salem’s world-class healthcare industry, fostering opportunities for collaboration. They currently serve 5 million patients a year from their headquarters in the Innovation Quarter.
Business advantages in Winston-Salem have helped Army veteran-turned-entrepreneur Bill Harmon find success with his startup venture, Horizon Strategies, which recently was awarded one of the military’s largest prime contracts.
Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist
Research and innovation are at the heart of Wake Forest Baptist’s work. The county’s largest employer, it employs more than 19,000 people systemwide.
John Davenport, Jr. has built his traffic engineering company from a home office in his kitchen to a leading firm with offices throughout the Southeast.
When Flow Automotive had the opportunity to reimagine a downtown Winston-Salem office tower as its new regional headquarters, CEO Don Flow saw the potential to bring in collaborators across the community to build something much more.
Winston-Salem’s prime location between East Coast metro areas and its business-friendly environment have helped the Calhoun brothers grow their tortilla business into a major Hispanic food distributor.
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