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Month: August 2014

Friday Forum – The Marketing Black Hole

David Shives will be presenting on the problem of the marketing “black hole” and how to avoid it. David is a digital strategist and has worked with both large and small companies over his career, and will be leading a discussion on ways to get the most out of your small business marketing efforts, with a special focus on solopreneurs.…

September is free coworking month in Wake Forest

September is free coworking month at Wake Forest Coworking!  For the month of September, our newly renovated coworking café is free for community members to come and test drive.  We’ll be using this first month to gauge feedback from you, our local community, as to what we can do to better serve your working needs, and know that you’re gonna…

Solution for freelancers

Freelancer’s dilemma Matthew Bass faced a bit of a problem. Instead of continuing to work from home, he wanted to have office space. However, balancing his freelance software development business with his part-time EMT work meant that he’d never be using an office full time, but would have to pay full-time prices. Turns out that for Bass, and a growing…

Wake Forest Coworking opens for business

We’re just opening our doors, but Wake Forest Coworking is officially open for business!  We’re excited to learn how we can help the community of freelance, solopreneurs and ‘work at home’ business owners grow their businesses and grow their community together.  Keep checking back as we’ve got some exciting announcements in the pipeline!