by Chantal Allam via https://wraltechwire.com/
Mel Wright knew launching a co-working and incubation hub at the start of a pandemic could be risky, but she did it anyways.
Lucky for her, it’s paid off.
Two years after opening The Wright Village, a space that targets Black women entrepreneurs and other marginalized founders, the space is “holding its own.” It’s gaining members and adding to its offerings regularly, she said.
It’s also helping to revitalize this pocket neighborhood in Raleigh’s Southeast district on Hubert….