Business mixer to help small businesses, minority-owned businesses, and woman-owned businesses set for April 11
The Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the City of Winston-Salem, the Winston-Salem Black Chamber, and the Forsyth Tech Small Business Center, is holding its annual business mixer to help small businesses, minority-owned businesses, and woman-owned businesses learn about opportunities to do business with the city, with other companies and with local contractors.
The Winston-Salem Mixer will be held on April 11 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Winston Room at the Benton Convention Center, 301 W. Fifth St., Winston-Salem.
The Mixer will offer open networking to meet fellow business owners, along with two speed networking opportunities: Construction Trades Speed Networking for one-on-one meetings with general contractors and engineers who use subs; and City Department Speed Networking for one-on-one meetings with city departments that purchase goods and services.
Many small business owners are looking forward to the upcoming opportunity to expand their network and find support for their businesses through the programs offered by the City, the Chamber, and Forsyth Tech’s Small Business Center. The event has more than 170 pre-registrations, and all Speed Networking sessions are booked.
Several representatives from the City of Winston-Salem, the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce, the Winston-Salem Black Chamber, and the Forsyth Tech Small Business Center will be available to provide interviews to contribute to your local economic reporting.
Additional contact: Tiesha Hinton, 336-734-1262, firstname.lastname@example.org.