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Triad business expo fuels ambition

    Triad business expo fuels ambition

All roads led to Winston-Salem last weekend as thousands traveled from near and far for the Triad Minority and Women’s Business Expo.

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Financial literacy service for all opens at Capital Bank branch

    Financial literacy service  for all opens at Capital Bank branch

Officials opened a HOPE Inside center at the bank’s branch at 225 E. Hanes Mill Road in Winston-Salem on Aug. 10.

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Local woman bets on herself

    Local woman bets on herself

Although her business is quickly gaining popularity among consumers across Forsyth County, Kimbrough said this is only the beginning for Ta’Nisha Monique Cupcakes. 

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Busta’s Person of the Week: He tells how to avoid ‘slavery’

    Busta’s Person of the Week: He tells how to avoid ‘slavery’

Busta’s Person of the Week: Dr. George C. Fraser

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Business of the Month: A fun adventure for kids in Winston-Salem

  Business of the Month: A fun adventure for kids in Winston-Salem

By Busta Brown Business of the Month is Flying Colors Adventure Park based in Winston-Salem. DeVontae McMillan is a young

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Triad gearing up for 5th annual minority business expo 

  Triad gearing up for 5th annual minority business expo 

Later this month, more than 100 business owners and entrepreneurs from Winston-Salem, Greensboro and High Point will come together for

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Kymora’s Kookies gearing up for 1-year anniversary

  Kymora’s Kookies gearing  up for 1-year anniversary

After watching her mother and grandmother work their magic in the kitchen her entire life, last summer, 9-year-old Kymora Wright-Carter

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Happy 5th year anniversary, Expo

  Happy 5th year anniversary, Expo

Saturday, Aug. 25, is the fifth anniversary of the Triad Minority and Women’s Business Expo.

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#20SDS gives black millennials space

  #20SDS gives black millennials space

The brainchild of the event, city native and Parkland High School graduate Whitney Daniel, said #20SDS began as an opportunity to cultivate space for black millennials, entrepreneurs, artists and other individuals in the area to network and meet likeminded people.

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Trice’s Eatz caters to Winston-Salem

  Trice’s Eatz caters to Winston-Salem

Business of the Month By Busta Brown Patrice Jeffreys is the owner and cook for Trice’s Eatz catering service in

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