Get Involved

The Knoxville Chamber provides numerous opportunities for its members to actively engage and maximize their membership. Growing your business means more than simply paying membership dues and hanging a plaque on your wall – it means getting involved and taking advantage of opportunities to make connections. You’ll see an instant return on your investment when you do.

Networking Events

One of the most popular ways to engage as a Chamber member is to attend one of our many networking events. Our a.m.Exchanges, Business After Hours and Schmoozapaloozas are specifically programmed help you expand your network and build relationships.

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Committees

The Knoxville Chamber has several committees made up of Chamber members that help support its mission and efforts.

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Ambassador Program

Ambassadors provide a crucial link between the Chamber and its members. They help ensure that all members receive the maximum benefit from their investment, and their primary responsibilities include assisting in recruiting and mentoring new members and assisting at events. Ambassadors receive added recognition and opportunities to make connections.

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Sponsorship Opportunities

The Knoxville Chamber produces more than 100 events per year, in addition to facilitating business growth and youth programming. These provide numerous opportunities for sponsorship opportunities and business exposure.

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Contact Michelle Kiely for more information about sponsorships.

Business Mentorship

Established community business leaders have the chance to mentor relatively new businesses with the Chamber’s Propel mentor/protégé program. The program is a rewarding way to give back and help the businesses in our community that need it most.

Contact Doug Minter to learn more about getting involved in the Propel mentor/protégé program.

Talent Pipeline Management

The Knoxville Chamber, with support from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, is engaging employers and their partners across the country in developing a new demand-driven approach—talent pipeline management—to close the skills gap. Through extending lessons learned from innovations in supply chain management, this is a call for employers to play a new and expanded leadership role as “end-customers” of education and workforce partnerships.

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Contact Gwen Rogers to learn more about getting involved with this initiative.

 

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