Co-working is a way for innovative people to work in a flexible, shared space within a collaborative community.

Located in the heart of Wake Forest Innovation Quarter in downtown Winston-Salem, Flywheel is our community’s 24/7 co-working space, where people can come together to work on the fly, learn and share knowledge. Open and enclosed spaces available. Membership is limited.

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The Startup Factory Goes Statewide (and is starting at Flywheel!)...

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August 3rd – 7th: Startup Boot Camp (Applications due by July 12th)...

Tech Briefing Call for Presenters – Applications Due July 15th!...

July 6th-10th: Summer STEM Camps – Flywheel & Young Engineers of Today...

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Jennifer Berg, Community Manager

Our Community Manager wears many hats—a mix of office manager, relationship builder and culture cultivator, who enthusiastically works to create a culture focused on supporting members to make the co-working environment more than a space, but a community. Jennifer represents the day-to-day face of the company & reflects the energy of the space.

She handles day-to-day operations of Flywheel, develops & manages resources, fields requests from vendors and members, manages events, leads the intern program and serves as a brand ambassador for the Flywheel in the larger community.


Lauren Allen, Community Coordinator

Lauren is a recent graduate from North Carolina State University with a degree in Communications, concentration of Public Relations, and a minor in Journalism.

As Community Coordinator, Lauren assists the Community Manager with day-to-day operations and member relations, in addition to facilitating and preparing special programming events.


Peter Marsh, Co-founder


Brad Bennett, Co-founder


Pete Simpson, Co-founder