Search

Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce Announces Finalists for 2019 Small Business Awards


Feb. 11, 2019 – The Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce announces finalists for the 2019 Small Business Awards:

 

1-20 Employees:

Blades Creative

HR Biz Solutions

Shah Trucking

 

21-50 Employees:

The Bitter Alibi

The Dwell Hotel

Office Furniture Warehouse

 

51-300 Employees:

Hutton

Metal Working Solutions

Trident Transport

 

Nonprofit:

Chattanooga Area Food Bank

Creative Discovery Museum

Signal Centers

 

Small Business Award finalists and recipients are selected by an independent volunteer committee of local business leaders convened by the Chattanooga Chamber.

Finalists will be honored, and a recipient named in each category, at the Small Business Awards Luncheon 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 20 at the Chattanooga Convention Center. Get tickets here.

Other Topics

In the dynamic landscape of entrepreneurship, navigating the path to success requires more than just a visionary idea and entrepreneurial spirit. The one key element often overlooked?   A well-crafted business plan.   Integral to sustained growth and prosperity, a strategic business…

In the bustling landscape of many cities throughout the United States, innovative solutions are vital to keep traffic flowing safely, yet efficiently. At the forefront of this innovation is Xtelligent, an L.A.-based startup reshaping the way we approach traffic control.  …

Happy 160th Birthday, First Horizon Bank. You've got lots to celebrate.   "March 25, 1864," said Richard Shaffer, regional president. "Our documents go back to 1864."  It was Memphis, 1864. The US government approved bank charters for First National Bank of…

On March 2, 2024, the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport marked a significant milestone to celebrate the completion of its $28 million expansion.   For those acquainted with the Chattanooga airport, many remember its compact and intimate layout. Waving off your loved ones…

As a New York University student enrolled in a course on entrepreneurism, Michael Marczi was studying the energy industry when he realized, quite acutely, the very big problem we are all facing.   To provide clean power to electric vehicles, the…

On a recent morning, Abhi Sastri, holding a Mean Mug latte in one hand and his iPhone in the other, makes a bold prediction as he looks across the North Shore landscape.   In the next five to 10 years, Chattanooga…

Sign up for weekly updates.