Noblesville’s Largest Business Showcase Returns for 2019
This year’s Taste of Business/Made in Noblesville event returns to the Embassy Suites on Thursday, April 11 from 4:00 to 7:30 p.m. The Noblesville Chamber of Commerce is looking to build off last year’s success as over 1,000 people were in attendance. This event is a great chance for businesses to showcase themselves to the community. Last year, over 90 businesses and 15 restaurants offered chef’s samplings.
According to Noblesville Chamber President and CEO Bob DuBois, “Our goal is to have the chance for the community to gather and celebrate itself, as well as stimulate some business relationships and have some fun.” Last year’s Taste of Business/Made in Noblesville was described by The Times of Noblesville as a “first-class event.”
A few special opportunities for this year’s event include Made in Noblesville exhibits, sponsored by the City of Noblesville Economic Development. Taste of Business/Made in Noblesville will also feature an Artisan & Craftsman Alley, which will allow local artist makers to show off their original and innovative creations.
As Taste of Business/Made in Noblesville draws near, the Noblesville Chamber encourages businesses to register their booth or restaurant as soon as possible. Come be a part of celebrating our phenomenal city!
Noblesville Mayoral Candidate Conversations series offers residents insight into candidate’s campaign platforms
The first of three Noblesville Mayoral Candidate Conversations took place on February 11 at Noblesville High School. Mayoral hopefuls Vince Baker, Mike Corbett, Chris Jensen, and Julia Church Kozicki informed a crowd of over 150 residents (and many more who streamed the event live on Hamilton County Television) about their views and visions for Noblesville specifically as it related to Noblesville people and places.
Bob DuBois, Noblesville Chamber of Commerce President and CEO, believes this is a unique opportunity for Noblesville residents to help shape the mayoral conversation. “The Noblesville Chamber, in partnership with the League of Women Voters, has created an online portal to accept questions. Noblesville residents can submit questions for the Candidate Conversations series via a form on noblesvillechamber.com. Questions will be carefully selected for the Candidate Conversations based on content and time restraints. The next Candidate Conversations event is on March 11, where the theme will be Noblesville places and things, which includes infrastructure, parks, districts, and destinations. On April 8, the four candidates will tackle the Noblesville economy and finances, including city budgets, capital improvement plans, and economic development.
“The Noblesville Chamber and League of Women Voters want to provide citizens of Noblesville the opportunity to learn about each candidate’s vision, leadership approach, public policy positions, and specific plans to advance our city,” DuBois emphasized. Details about each of the three events can be found at noblesvillechamber.com.
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