Flywheel Five: A Cross-Section of Co-Working
Some use the term “unconventional,” others use the phrase “fringe element.” However they phrase it, Flywheel Co-Working clientele frequently describe themselves as working outside normal corporate structures.
Regardless of how they conceive of themselves, Flywheel provides a home for a wide variety of consultants, freelancers, startup companies, entrepreneurs and mobile workers, providing a meaningful place to conduct business within a community of creative, motivated professionals.
The co-working innovation space, located in the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter, features an open physical layout that promotes the atmosphere of community, creativity and collaboration craved by Winston-Salem’s growing nontraditional workforce.
“Interaction is the DNA of Flywheel,” says Peter Marsh, co-founder of Flywheel. “Like DNA that re-forms itself into many different combinations, interactions between our members create different project-based opportunities.”
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