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​The Quad Cities is growing! With all of the recent retail development news Jillian McCleary, VP of Communications and Tami Petsche, VP of Economic Development sit down to talk about these announcements, what it means for the region and what the Chamber's role is in retail development....

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New Women's Integrative Lifestyle Forum featuring 3 nationally renowned experts coming soon to Davenport - National experts headline ground breaking public forum focusing on Women’s wellness and prevention...

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Three communities within the Quad Cities region have been recognized by Site Selection magazine for new investment along the Mississippi River corridor in 2016. The economic development magazine annually ranks metropolitan and micropolitan areas by number of projects per capita and by number of projects....

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Hip, Art-Inspired Hotel Coming to Davenport, Iowa this Summer Blending chic elegance with Midwestern charm, The Current Iowa adds an exciting Quad Cities hotel option...

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​The Quad Cities Chamber is proud to partner with Eastern Iowa Community Colleges and Black Hawk College to support St. Ambrose University as they launch the Forever Masters program. Lifelong learning is a critical piece to the Q2030 vision and top priority in creating a thriving 21st Century workforce....

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Last week, the Iowa House Appropriations Committee voted along party lines to move HSB 187, the Stop Progress Bill. This bill would severely cut tax credits and makes changes that would render some our best economic development tools useless and would raise taxes on businesses by more than $163 million statewide....

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For the past six weeks nine teams of entrepreneurs enrolled in Venture School have been working to prove out their business model, ensuring the right product market fit and identifying revenue models. As the Chamber’s VP of Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Venture School season is always one of my favorite times of the year. There is nothing more invigorating than to see our community’s up and...

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​Last week our peers with Capital Crossroads in Des Moines came to the Quad Cities to share their experience with many area leaders who are working to advance the region through Q2030. During the presentation they stressed the importance of investing in quality of life amenities such as festivals, parks, trails, waterfronts and so on as essential pieces to economic development. These are the...

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What does 3D printing have to do with our local economy? It’s just one of the technologies that are transforming the way manufacturers do business. The Chamber’s Quad Cities Manufacturing Innovation Hub is helping area manufacturers connect and build expertise on new technologies including augmented and virtual reality, business analytics, b2b marketing platforms, and 3D printing....

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What are some of the ways you can avoid overlooking implementing solid, consistent Human Resources practices? Join Group Services Human Resources expert, Doug Petersma, on a webinar where he will review ways to avoid potential issues with morale or even legal intervention. He will also discuss what you can do to get your workforce onboard with your organization's goals and help your team...

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Quad City Arts announces the Festival of Trees Designer Open House on Thursday, April 20 from 5:30-7:30 pm at Quad City Arts. Join us for refreshments, sign up to design for Festival, and learn about volunteer opportunities. Join our team, and don’t miss out on being part of this year’s 32nd annual celebration. Let your imagination go wild! It’s FREE, so bring a friend!...

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Ruhl&Ruhl Realtors has ranked once again as the largest privately-owned real estate company in Iowa. REALTrends 500 ranks the Top 500 real estate companies in the country according to the number of residential transactions and sales volume. Ruhl&Ruhl Realtors ranks number 1 in Iowa and number 130 nationally based on 5,206 transactions closed in 2016. This places Ruhl&Ruhl Realtors in the top 1-2%...

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​With the advocacy season in its final stretch, the Chamber has two more opportunities for members to get engaged. Next week Governor Bruce Rauner will present his priorities to the Quad Cities business community during a luncheon event to be held at the iWireless Center....

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Want to stay in the know on everything happening in downtown Davenport or Moline Centre? Downtown Davenport Partnership (DDP) and Moline Centre, both parts of the Chamber, sends regular communications on events, projects, and news happening downtown. This is part of the Chamber’s focus on improving quality of life in the Quad Cities....

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Millennials. They're disrupting workplace norms, redefining "business casual," and bringing their dogs to work. They're the up-and-coming generation, and if you can't adapt to them, you'll find your organization missing a crucial element to success....

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