Business Spotlight: Noblesville Chamber of Commerce
When you choose to call Noblesville your business home, you put yourself in a position to leverage assets only found here. Our city’s networks, resources and opportunities run deep. The Noblesville Chamber of Commerce works one on one with businesses so they can tap into these hyperlocal advantages and our expertise. The Noblesville Chamber of Commerce wants to reflect our desire to be known as a people-centered business organization. One of the ways we’re doing that is through our branding.
Businesses in Noblesville have access to a unique set of assets you can’t find anywhere else. The Noblesville Chamber helps business leaders tap into these hyperlocal advantages. Specifically, the Chamber focuses on advocating for our business community, helping people build valuable professional relationships and helping them solve their business problems. Engagement in the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce helps put you in front of opportunities to make a difference and play a role in the thriving Noblesville community.
Noblesville Mayoral Candidate Conversations Set For Spring 2019
The Noblesville Chamber of Commerce and the League of Women Voters of Hamilton County are teaming up to present a three-part series of “Candidate Conversations” featuring Noblesville mayoral candidates Mike Corbett, Chris Jensen and Julia Kozicki, prior to the primary election in May. These informal forums will be held in the Noblesville High School auditorium on the second Mondays during February through April (February 11, March 11 and April 8) from 6:30–8:00 p.m.
Candidate Conversations will offer a unique format, with specific topics being addressed at each event. On February 11, candidates will discuss issues that address Noblesville people and relationships, including issues of safety, health, housing and workforce development. On March 11, the theme is Noblesville places and things, which includes infrastructure, parks, districts and destinations. Finally, on April 8, the three candidates will tackle the Noblesville economy and finances, including city budgets, capital improvement plans and economic development.
Both the Noblesville Chamber and the League of Women Voters hope Noblesville residents will leave the series of Candidate Conversations feeling better acquainted with each of the candidates and their platforms so that voters can make a well-informed decision in May.