Business and Careers

Curiosity about how things work turns into business for young entrepreneur

    Curiosity about how things work turns into business for young entrepreneur

Whether it was fixing issues with his gaming console or fixing loose doorknobs, for as long as he can remember Moustapha Diaw has always had a knack for fixing things. “As I kid I just gravitated towards fixing things … whether it was putting it together, taking things apart … just looking at how things work,” he said. Diaw’s fondness for repairing things followed him through high school and now the 20-year-old has turned that passion into his own business, 88 Repairs.

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Black female CEO launches CBD beverage to combat mother’s cancer treatments

    Black female CEO launches CBD  beverage to combat mother’s cancer treatments

Black female CEO launches CBD beverage to combat mother’s cancer treatments

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Black-owned wine company produces first product

    Black-owned wine company produces first product

After spending 20 years in corporate America, Jakoma Martin was ready for a new challenge, which was being an entrepreneur. Her business, Oak City Bubbly, has recently released their first product, Blush Crush.

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Buy Black! Holiday Market opens in Winston-Salem

    Buy Black! Holiday Market opens in Winston-Salem

Atkins Community Development Corporation and The Green House Village Market are sponsoring a BUY BLACK! Holiday Market opening Friday, Oct. 23, and continuing every weekend through Dec. 19 at The Enterprise Center, 1922 S. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive in Winston Salem.

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IFB Solutions earns 14th National Employment Growth award

  IFB Solutions earns 14th National Employment Growth award

IFB Solutions earns 14th National Employment Growth award

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The Winston-Salem Foundation announces first mission-aligned investment to Piedmont Business Capital

  The Winston-Salem Foundation announces first mission-aligned investment to Piedmont  Business Capital

The Winston-Salem Foundation announces first mission-aligned investment to Piedmont Business Capital

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Business of the Month: ‘Too many of us are living in despair, and we’re providers of hope’

  Business of the Month: ‘Too many of us are living in despair, and we’re providers of hope’

Business of the Month: ‘Too many of us are living in despair, and we’re providers of hope’

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First Reliance Bank welcomes Misty Keller

  First Reliance Bank welcomes Misty Keller

Misty Keller has joined First Reliance Bank as a new Universal Banker in Winston-Salem. In her new role, she will be responsible for conducting customer transactions, sales and servicing of all the bank’s products and services.

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Jewelry designer and photographer team up for Arts Council exhibition 

  Jewelry designer and photographer team up for Arts Council exhibition 

Collaborative work by Jasmine Huff and Nannette Davis in Arboreal Gallery Winston-Salem artists Jasmine Huff, photographer, and Nannette Davis, jewelry

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Liberty Street Market is revived

  Liberty Street Market is revived

The City of Winston-Salem is looking to pump new life into the Liberty Street Farmers Market. The market officially opened in 2014 but hasn’t been open consistently since 2016, until now. Last week the Urban Food Advisory Council held a grand re-opening for the market located in the heart of a food desert.

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