Wake Forest is a quickly growing network for entrepreneurial endeavors that supports creativity, mentorship, workspace, and access to a number of resources pivotal to start-ups.  Emerging entrepreneurs here are actively forging paths to new technologies, creative software platforms, and much more. 


A Partner in Growth

WRAL TechWire has produced an exclusive gateway into the world of startup for folks interested in launching their own ventures in the Triangle region of North Carolina.

This guide covers all the networks, accelerators, incubators, prototyping facilities, events, VC groups and other important resources early-stage entrepreneurs in the Triangle should be familiar with.


Co-Working and Incubators


Wake Forest Coworking
is a community oriented co-working space in the heart of downtown Wake Forest that aims to give businesses a location to thrive and entrepreneurs a place to connect socially.  WF Coworking seeks to foster an ad-hoc collaborative process that makes business convenient, while creating an environment that encourages innovation.  


Wireless Research Center of NC is a non-profit organization that offers engineering services and testing for the advancement of communications. WRC facilitates entrepreneurial development for wireless-enabled technologies and  offers collaboration space for start-up and emerging technology companies at its headquarters in Wake Forest. The space fosters close interaction with technical resources, executive management mentors, and partnering opportunities with other emerging companies throughout the Triangle Region.


The primary goal of Hatch is to create an productive workspace environment that inspires creativity and spurs on innovation and hard work for freelancers, remote employees, and entrepreneurs. Hatch provides access to conference rooms, private offices, open co-working space with dedicated and communal space, a kitchen and lounge area, and high speed wireless internet.