Motown and the second annual Utah Black Chamber Business Expo
The city of Salt Lake CityThe Utah Black Chamber is pleased to announce the second annual Black Chamber Business Expo, which will be held on August 2 at the prestigious Gallivan Center in downtown Salt Lake City. This year’s Expo, sponsored by WCF Insurance, Zions Bank, Tafi, The Utah Jazz, and a number of other illustrious partners, seeks to support and empower small Black-owned businesses while fostering community growth.
The Utah Black Chamber Business Expo is a premier event that draws together entrepreneurs, business professionals, and members of the community to recognize and highlight the remarkable achievements of Black-owned businesses in Utah. This event facilitates networking, collaboration, and economic empowerment.
The signature Motown Review, featuring the sensational talents of SLC’s own Changing Lanes, is the highlight of the Expo’s entertainment programming. Their captivating performance will transport the audience back in time, honoring the legendary sounds of Motown, and leave them with lasting memories.
The Expo is a crucial opportunity for businesses to position themselves at the core of the community, with an expected attendance of more than 3,000 individuals. Through interactive exhibits, engaging seminars, and informative panel discussions, attendees will gain valuable insights, forge meaningful connections, and discover new avenues for the growth and success of their businesses. Our corporate affiliates will be present at the expo alongside our solopreneurs.
Dr. Sidni Shorter, President & CEO of the Utah Black Chamber, remarked that the Utah Black Chamber Business Expo exemplifies the thriving and vibrant Black-owned business community in Utah. “We are delighted to highlight the extraordinary talent, creativity, and enterprise of our members. This Expo offers businesses a unique opportunity to position themselves at the forefront of Utah’s economic ecosystem while demonstrating the value they contribute to our community.”
The Utah Black Chamber extends its sincere appreciation to its sponsors, including WCF Insurance, Zions Bank, Tafi, The Utah Jazz, and other community-minded organizations, for their invaluable assistance in making this event a reality. Their dedication to empowering businesses owned by African-Americans aligns precisely with the mission and vision of the Utah Black Chamber.
The second annual Utah Black Chamber Business Expo is anticipated to be an occasion of unmatched inspiration, collaboration, and celebration. Join us at the Gallivan Center on August 8 to support Black-owned businesses, strengthen community connections, and witness the economic future of Utah.
Please visit www.utahblackchamber.com/expo for more information on the Utah Black Chamber Business Expo, including sponsorship opportunities and registration information.Regarding Utah’s Black Chamber:
The Utah Black Chamber is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the economic and social well-being of Black-owned enterprises and professionals in Utah. By providing its members with resources, advocacy, and networking opportunities, the Chamber endeavors to foster a thriving ecosystem that fosters their development and success. For additional details, please visit www.utahblackchamber.com.