Triad City Strives to Be the Best Place in America to Start a Business

No one perceives the evolution from legacy manufacturing to a knowledge economy in Winston-Salem quite like Inmar chairman and CEO David Mounts. His data analytics and technology company is at the epicenter of the decade-long paradigm shift at the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter in downtown Winston-Salem. An exemplary force of the city’s push to become known as the best place in the country for budding entrepreneurs, he told members of the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce annual meeting Tuesday that change is well on its way, and Winston better be ready to keep up.