The $5,000 grant is offered through the Flywheel Foundation to help entrepreneurs located in or adding jobs in Cabarrus County to help them test ideas that can be commercialized successfully.
Join a community of innovators and entrepreneurs in and around Cabarrus County who are looking to build their professional networks and resources. This meetup group is focused on sharing ideas, making connections, and accelerating your success no matter where you are on your entrepreneurial journey.
The Cabarrus Center was created to support the creation of new businesses and the growth of existing small businesses through free or low-cost educational and networking programs, mentor networks, capital access and events. The space, located at 57 Union Street in downtown Concord, is designed to deliver affordable, fully furnished work areas with amenities, meeting rooms and networking opportunities.
Flywheel is collaborating with the Cabarrus Economic Development Corporation and an Entrepreneurship Council to design and lease approximately 20,000 square feet of meeting, office and coworking innovation space at the historic building, formerly the Cabarrus Savings Bank.
Ideal for startups and early-stage entrepreneurs, flexible, short-term and affordable space use will generate a pipeline of inception stage and early stage companies. Rather than rental agreements, members of the innovation center will sign up for month-to-month membership plans ranging from office and coworking space use to occasional use of the workspace and meeting rooms.
We are getting closer to the opening of the Cabarrus Center – come tour to see the progress and learn more about how to get involved!
Help turn your vision into traction in the New Year!
Join us this Thursday as we speak with EO Accelerator Chairman, Bryan Delaney, who will share his experience as an entrepreneur and his system for goal setting and execution.
This event featured a hard hat tour of the Cabarrus Center to see our progress on construction and the design plans for the space.