Maryland-based IT solutions company Infopathways has established its newest location in the Innovation Quarter’s Bailey Power Plant—further expanding a growing cohort of innovative technology companies in one of the leading innovation districts in the world.
Located on Bailey Power Plant’s second floor within the Sparq™ suites, a co-working space and the “front door” to the Innovation Quarter, InfoPathway’s newest location will serve as home base for three employees with plans to expand to 10 employees by the end of 2024.
Founded in 2004, InfoPathways offers its clients services including strategic technology planning, system and process evaluations, and network design, implementation, and maintenance.
“Joining the iQ community is an exciting step for InfoPathways,” said InfoPathways marketing lead Ravenna Roso. “It places us in the heart of a vibrant ecosystem dedicated to innovation, education and technology. This proximity to like-minded organizations and influential community leaders provides us with opportunities for collaboration, a great selection of potential employees/interns, and opportunities for brand recognition within the life science and technology community.”
First opened in 2018, Bailey Power Plant is a unique, mixed-use building that houses not only technology companies and several departments of the Wake Forest University School of Medicine, but several restaurants, a brewery and Sparq™.
“InfoPathways is joining us at the perfect time,” said Isaac Perry, Head of Biotech and Life Science Ecosystem Development for Innovation Quarter. “As a community-minded, life sciences support organization, they are a perfect fit for our growing ecosystem. They were purposeful in the decision to set up shop in the heart of a growing cluster of biotech and regenerative medicine businesses, and we are so excited to see this wonderful addition to our community hit the ground running.”
The addition to Innovation Quarter marks InfoPathways’ first expansion into the North Carolina market, allowing the company to offer affordable, onsite support to their current clients and expand their reach throughout the region.
“It’s exciting to see how life sciences growth in North Carolina and specifically the Piedmont Triad demonstrates economic impact in attracting technology companies like InfoPathways,” said North Carolina Biotechnology Center Executive Director Nancy Johnston. “A clear distinction for the Winston-Salem community is the Innovation Quarter where its work, live and play culture can help organizations attract talent and increase visibility.”
InfoPathways will celebrate with a ribbon cutting ceremony supported by Greater Winston-Salem, Inc. on Friday, October 20 at 12 p.m.