Business and Careers

Smitty’s Notes celebrates 25th anniversary

    Smitty’s Notes celebrates 25th anniversary

In the summer of 1997 Winston-Salem native Jeff Smith sent out an email to about a dozen of his friends with a list of things to do around the city. That email was the start of the Smithy’s Notes, the city’s go-to source to find out about what’s going on in the area

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The Chronicle’s Business of the Month: Meet Winston-Salem’s own ‘Mr. Fix It,’ Julian Martin

    The Chronicle’s Business of the Month: Meet Winston-Salem’s own ‘Mr. Fix It,’ Julian Martin

The Chronicle’s Business of the Month: Meet Winston-Salem’s own ‘Mr. Fix It,’ Julian Martin

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Dr. Antonia Richburg assumes leadership role as president and CEO of United Way of Forsyth County

    Dr. Antonia Richburg assumes leadership role as president and CEO of United Way of Forsyth County

Everyone has a dream job, that one job that aligns with their interests, skill set and work style. Not many people ever have the good fortune to work their dream job, but last month Dr. Antonia Richburg got that opportunity when she officially assumed the role of president and chief executive officer of the United Way of Forsyth County (UWFC).

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The Chronicle’s Business of the Month: Local coffee shop is ‘pouring’ sweet love into Winston-Salem

    The Chronicle’s Business of the Month: Local coffee shop is ‘pouring’ sweet love into Winston-Salem

The Chronicle’s Business of the Month: Local coffee shop is ‘pouring’ sweet love into Winston-Salem

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Food entrepreneurs take off from the Enterprise Center

  Food entrepreneurs take off from the Enterprise Center

For the past four years, working right through the pandemic, the Shared-Use Kitchen at the Enterprise Center has been helping food businesses grow, adding to the East Winston economy and beyond. Against the backdrop of the highly competitive, costly food-service field, the participants in this program, all people of color, rent space for $500 a month, giving them a jumpstart to their dreams.

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New business aims to help other businesses succeed

  New business aims to help other businesses succeed

If you are a young entrepreneur or just looking to get your business off the ground, this is the event for you. Give it to the People® (GITTP) is a new business that is throwing a launch party on Saturday, Oct. 8, at 101 S. Elm St. in Greensboro from 2 to 4 p.m., to introduce themselves to the people of the Triad.

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Black-owned company aims to help people of color with skin care needs

  Black-owned company aims to help people of color with skin care needs

Becoming an entrepreneur is not for the faint of heart due to the risks involved with such a venture. Throwing caution to the wind, Bridget Hunter stepped out on faith and started the Bridget Renee Brand (BRB) to give melanated people another option in the world of skin care.

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Truliant promotes Johnson to senior vice president, controller

  Truliant promotes Johnson to senior vice president, controller

Truliant Federal Credit Union has promoted Linell Johnson to the role of senior vice president, controller. Previously, he was vice president, controller. 

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3 cities, nearly 200 exhibitors – Triad Minority Business Expo grows with record numbers

  3 cities, nearly 200 exhibitors – Triad Minority Business Expo grows with record numbers

One of the toughest challenges for minority business owners is the limited access to business networks. Nine years ago Maximum Enterprises set out to help local business owners expand their customer base with the Triad Minority Business Expo. This year, encompassing three weekends and three different cities – High Point, Greensboro and Winston-Salem – the Expo was bigger than ever. 

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Raven Jackson helps you love the skin you’re in

  Raven Jackson helps you love the skin you’re in

Raven Jackson helps you love the skin you’re in

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