Make Plans to Attend Chamber’s Noblesville Taste of Business

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Serve Noblesville volunteers share about the nonprofit connects with neighbors during the 2023 Noblesville Chamber of Commerce Taste of Noblesville, which is this Thursday at the Embassy Suites.
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The Farmers Bank in Noblesville employees led by bank president Sydney Loomis always likes to have fun at the Taste of Business by having his employees dress in a theme, including Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs during the 2023 event. This year’s Taste is 4-7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Embassy Suites in Noblesville.
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Society of St. Vincent DePaul showcases its NobleCause second-hand shop and offers gifts by spinning the wheel during the 2023 Noblesville Chamber of Commerce Noblesville Taste of Business. This year’s event is Thursday at the Embassy Suites
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The Embassy Suites offers food samples at the 2023 Noblesville Taste of Business. This year’s event is Thursday at the hotel in Noblesville.

Come celebrate Noblesville at this year’s Taste of Business. 

What’s new at the annual Noblesville Chamber of Commerce event? An expanded shuttle service courtesy of Prairie Lakes Health Campus and McGavic Outdoor Power, Pacers Sports & Entertainment featuring Noblesville G League’s MadAnt leadership, and Gared Sports showcasing innovative recreational and sport equipment made here in Noblesville.

Guests can also meet the Chamber’s AEC (Architects, Engineers and Construction) Network, the team behind the Billion Dollar Tour series.
“We will have executives from several different companies showcasing projects created in Noblesville, said Chamber president and CEO Bob DuBois.

He is thrilled about this year’s event, open to the community from 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Noblesville Indianapolis Conference Center.

Fun fact: The Noblesville Taste of Business was the inaugural opening-night event for the Embassy Suites in 2018. The Taste has been at the hotel ever since. “We have sold out the exhibit space each of the last seven years since we have partnered with the Embassy Suites to host Taste of Business – Made in Noblesville,” DuBois said.

He’s proud that the event is a sell-out, usually far in advance of the event. 

“We have 100 businesses and organizations showcasing themselves this year,” he said.
And there is always lots of food, hence the name “Taste of Business.” 

This year, there are at least 17 tasting booths, including Bier Brewery & Tap Room (opening this spring in Noblesville), Nameless Catering, Perkins Restaurant, Janus’ Capabilities Cafe, Chuy’s Tex-Mex Restaurant, Chik-fil-A, BeeFree, NOM Catering, Primeval Brewing, The Nesst of Noblesville, Purgatory Golf Club, Good Time Beverages, RPM Pizza/Domino’s Pizza, Tropical Smoothie Cafe, Outlaws Restaurant, Embassy Suites and Hotbox Pizza.

Being that it’s PI Day on March 14 around the world, there might be booths that serve pie, DuBois anticipated.

“We have several business exhibitors that also will provide samples, tastes, healthy snacks and sweets,” he said.

What does DuBois enjoy most about the Taste?
“We love helping businesses prepare for the Taste, thinking through how they will present their business to our guests,” he said. 

Also, DuBois said, “We love to hear residents’ favorite Taste stories from previous years when they call or stop into our offices to purchase tickets.”

New businesses and perks, interesting food samples and more help keep the Taste fresh to entice the community.

In celebration of the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse, the Chamber has partnered with Hamilton County Tourism to offer the first 500 guests free eclipse-viewing glasses and eclipse-viewing tip cards.

“We enjoy the chance to feature several new Noblesville businesses each year. The Taste is the perfect event to introduce a new business to the community,” DuBois said.

Twenty-five new businesses, organizations and individuals join this year’s Taste of Business event in Noblesville.

“We love watching business owners and managers get so excited about sharing their business story,” he said.

“We also like the unique way our guests are greeted and welcomed at the event. The (Embassy Suites) ballroom lobby is transformed into Artisan’s Alley with local artists and musicians showcasing their creations. We lean on our friends from Noblesville Creates (formerly Nickel Plate Arts) to curate adn coordinate our featured artists.”
This year’s Taste of Business is again presented by the City of Noblesville’s Economic Development Department, and Gaylor Electric is the event’s “power sponsor,” DuBois said, “electrifying our exhibitor booths.”
DuBois said the new booths this year include: AEC (Architects, Engineers & Construction) Network, Alaina for Noblesville politician, Alison Voss Agency LLC American Family Insurance, Beauty & Grace Aesthetics medical spa, BeeFree Gluten-Free Bakery, Claussen Dixon Insurance, Compassionate Roots nature-based counseling, Crunch Noblesville gym and physical fitness, Delta Mental Health Services, First Farmers Bank, Fitquest Enterprises, Gared Holdings, Hot Box Pizza, Indiana State University, Janus Developmental Services and its Capabilities Cafe, Kitchen Tune-Up, NOM Catering, PIE Unlimited, Red Diamond General Contracting, Revitalize Aesthetics and Wellness medical spa, RPM/Domino’s Pizza joining The Scout Guide Hamilton County booth,  Tropical Smoothie Cafe, White Ox Creative and Youth Inspirations Theatre.

Other exhibitors in the Taste not already mentioned include: Adam Grubb Media, Adriene’s Flowers & Gifts, Armstrong Accounting Solutions Inc., Ascension St. Vincent Fishers Hospital, Bergen Business Park & Warehouse Condominiums, BMO’s Harris Bank, Bolden’s Cleaning & Restoration Services, Bridges of Hope, Camp Bow Wow Noblesville, City of Noblesville Fire Department, City of Noblesville Police Department, City of Noblesville Engineering/Reimagine Pleasant Street, Colt Moving LLC, Community Health Network, Crosser for School Board politician, The Current, Everwise Credit Union, First Merchants Bank, Forum Credit Union, Gaylor Electric,, Go with Chuck Goodrich, Green Vista Landscaping Inc.,  Hallmark Orthodontics, Hamilton County Harvest Food Bank, Hamilton East Public Library, Harbour Manor & The Lodge, Horizon Bank, Ignite Transform, Indiana Members Credit Union, ISL Elite Training, Logan Street Signs & Banners, McGavic Outdoor Power Equipment, MetroNet, Moonshot Games, Noblesville Chamber of Commerce, Noblesville Creates featuring four artists in Artisan Alley, Noblesville Diversity Coalition, Noblesville Main Street, Noblesville Schools, Noblesville Youth Assistance, Outlook Hamilton, Prairie Lakes Health Campus, Promenade Trails, Red Wing Shoes, Riverview Health, Russell and Peckinpaugh Business Services Group LLC, ScreenBroidery apparel and promotions, Serve Noblesville, Shepherd Insurance, Skyview Dental, Smith’s Jewelers, Society of St. Vincent dePaul, Star Financial Bank, Sunny Moon dj entertainment, Taylored Systems, The Farmers Bank, The Scout Guide Hamilton County, Urban Air Adventure Park, White River Christian Church and Women in Noblesville (WIN Network).
“This event serves as an important business-to-business networking event, as well as the chance for the citizens of the Noblesville area to be introduced to local community-minded businesses,” DuBois has said.

This year’s event is expected to attract more than 1,000  people. Discounted tickets are available for $5 at or $7 at the door.-Betsy Reason writes about people, places and things in Hamilton County. Contact The Times Editor Betsy Reason at