Highlights from CHAmarket 2022

Chattanooga Chamber’s annual CHAmarket, previously known as Expo Chattanooga, was held this Wednesday at First Horizon Pavilion.

This event provided an energetic atmosphere where Chattanooga professionals could connect and network with top businesses and organizations. Attendees enjoyed food and fun while learning about what the Scenic City has to offer.

Approximately 75 organizations were in attendance, spanning across all industries. Food vendors, medical groups, boutiques and so many other businesses came together to make this event possible.

First Horizon Pavilion was chosen as the venue to allow for more curated experience and intentional networking between Chattanooga’s professionals.

Participants decorated tables to advertise their businesses and offered many activities like mini golf and corn hole to connect with those who wanted to learn more.

CHAmarket is one of many signature events held by the Chamber each year.

Recap another signature event, the Chamber Awards, here.

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