Robert Lee and Bill Opal of Sails-Up, a recruitment firm, use a private office at Wake Forest Coworking. Web developer Michael Kimsal, who opened the space in August, hopes the place will be a resource for freelancers, consultants and small-business owners.
Robert Lee and Bill Opal of Sails-Up, a recruitment firm, use a private office at Wake Forest Coworking. Web developer Michael Kimsal, who opened the space in August, hopes the place will be a resource for freelancers, consultants and small-business owners. sbarr@newsobserver.com
Robert Lee and Bill Opal of Sails-Up, a recruitment firm, use a private office at Wake Forest Coworking. Web developer Michael Kimsal, who opened the space in August, hopes the place will be a resource for freelancers, consultants and small-business owners. sbarr@newsobserver.com

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