GO FURTHER WHEN WE
FOR THE CULTURE
Join us every Wednesday from 12:30pm - 1:30pm.
Do you want to make more money with your business? Are you willing to think outside the box? In this unique lunchtime series, we explore innovative and radical ideas for marketing your business. Each week, we introduce you to a cutting-edge (but proven) marketing strategy or technology to help you attract, retain, and increase revenue from customers.
Bring your own box lunch to enjoy while you learn. It's just a an hour so those who need to can drop in, soak up some knowledge, and get back to work!
For The Culture facilitates community conversations and connections. Our 2022 theme is “Falling BLACK in Love” where we will celebrate and pay homage to the incredible feats, accomplishments, and achievements of African-American culture. It is imperative that we show the community that Black people and Black-led organizations are exceptional.
These conversations strive to inspire the community to support, encourage, uplift, and protect African American culture. Join us on each month for this conversation convened by HUSTLE Winston Salem and the Winston Salem Alphas.
We've designated several days a month where womenpreneurs can come together as a co-working community, no matter the location, there will always be one constant: care. We're shaping an environment where women are free to be themselves, learn new things, and share their gifts with one another.
On-site consultant to help you get connected to the resources and tools you need to succeed
A vibrant environment with an outdoor area
Water and coffee are available
If you're working on what you've already got, you're working IN your business and if you're building something new to make things work better in the future you're working ON your business. This is curated time once a month where you and your team can focus on your business. While working on your business, you can enjoy:
free drinks (coffee and water)
comfortable work environment
access to materials like stickies, markers, white boards, etc.
HUSTLE HAPPY HOUR
These interactive, full-day sessions were created for those that believe in results! Whether we're building a website in a day or excelling with excel by day's end, we got you. Workshops are held twice a year on a Saturday and are an 8-hour commitment. Breakfast and lunch included.
Calling all entrepreneurs, business owners, ecosystem partners, and community members. Join us for an occasional opportunity to mix and mingle to expand your network and your net worth. Enjoy light snacks and mocktails. It's time to HUSTLE!
We know running a business can be expensive. Women, especially, already struggle with the gender wage gap. We want to level the playing field by providing a supportive environment where you can connect, collaborate, and grow.
Quarterly powHERful series (empowHER speakers)
Monthly synHERgy sessions
Handmade by HER
WE SUPPORT HUSTLERS EVERYWHERE
The Black Wall Street Forward initiative is modeled on the pillars that made the original Black Wall Street successful, and aims to continue the legacy of this vibrant work by supporting and catalyzing local leaders, Black business owners, and champions.
Through the generous support of the Truist Foundation, and headquartered at Durham's Provident1898, Forward Cities will pilot the program in the following communities:
Charlotte, Durham, Fayetteville, Raleigh, and Winston-Salem.
The Come Up Accelerator is an industry-agnostic startup accelerator for Black and Brown founders. New Ventures has partnered with HUSTLE to bring in investors, subject matter experts, and mentors who know what it’s like to build a company as a minority.
The Come Up is powered by New Ventures, one of the only inception-stage, investor-led startup accelerators in the Southeast. They are leaders for the region's vibrant startup community.
This compilation of research, data, and local black history is designed to give business owners, firms, government agencies, community and business leaders insight into Winston-Salem’s black political-business experience.
Our objective is to provide highlights and recommendations from Hustle WS’s Black History Think Tank while while also providing resources to empower the local black community.
The purpose of the cluster was to endeavor to move systems of race, gender, class, and power in Winston-Salem as they related to the entrepreneurial ecosystem and the creation of abundance for all communities.
The project sought to engage an active cross-section of community leaders and business owners to devise interventions to support new and potential business ventures helmed by racial minorities, women, and those located in low-income commercial neighborhoods.