By Fran Daniel Winston-Salem Journal
U.S. Rep. Alma Adams said she is intrigued by former tobacco factory space now used for office, research and educational space in Wake Forest Innovation Quarter. As part of a month-long tour of employers throughout the 12th Congressional District, Adams visited the Forsyth Technical Community College space on Wednesday in the Innovation Quarter. Adams, D-12th, who is a member of the House Committee on Small Business, said she was also there because she has an interest in businesses and resources for small businesses. Forsyth Tech’s offerings in the innovation district include a small business center, a bionetwork laboratory and the National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce, and corporate and business training.
Share this article!