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Chef Michael Sibert, owner of White Wine & Butter in Greer, stands in front of a register

Chef Michael Sibert, owner of White Wine & Butter in Greer.

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Looking for inspiration to make your small biz more successful — or start the one you’ve always dreamed of?

CommunityWorks helped these two local businesses get up and running in the Cartwright Food Hall in Greer:

With a small business loan, Flying Fox Coffee was able to move into their brick-and-mortar location. The company originally started as a mobile espresso cart, gaining a loyal customer base with their espresso shots and frothy signature lattes. ☕

A coffee bar counter

Get your afternoon caffeine fix at Flying Fox Coffee.

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In the same building, restaurant White Wine & Butter was able to weather the pandemic with CommunityWorks’ help. Chef Michael Sibert, known for his creative, Cajun-inspired dishes, received a COVID relief grant to keep his dream of running a restaurant alive.

CommunityWorks offers loans between $900 to $250,000 to small businesses at different points in their entrepreneurship journeys. They also offer support services — including a Women’s Business Center — that helps with everything from business plans to marketing to finances.

Learn more about CommunityWorks’ impact in the Upstate (and how they could help your small biz).*

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