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A message from Kristin Glass, Interim CEO: Last week over 1,000 Chamber members gathered at our Annual Meeting to celebrate the successes of the past year. In the words of our outgoing board chair, Rob Woodall, Arconic, “A vision is achieved through a culmination of small wins.”...

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Last week at the Quad Cities Chamber Annual Meeting, Amy Goldsberry, accepted a Q2030 award on behalf of the YP Think Tank. Amy stood in front of a crowd of over a thousand people and had some inspiring words to say. Here's a copy of her speech:...

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Do you have employees that you would like to get engaged with the Quad Cities Chamber? Do you have new hires that need to get acclimated with the area? Know Your Chamber is the perfect event for your employees to get connected to the region....

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Area cybersecurity conference offers discount to Hub registrants

As part of its efforts to raise awareness of the importance of cybersecurity, the Quad Cities Manufacturing Innovation Hub is sharing with those engaged in its activities a registration discount to the upcoming CornCon III Quad Cities Cybersecurity Conference, which includes a professional development workshop (with CEUs!), full-day security conference and its Children of the CornCon Kids Hacker...

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​Why work in the Quad Cities? This is a region that thrives on new ideas, encourages collaboration over competition, and invests in our people to push our community forward. We are building a culture of fearless talent, allowing each other to dream bigger than they thought they could dream. Hear from real Quad Citizens on why they have chosen to build a career in the Quad Cities....

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Cooperation, collaboration bring many benefits to area supply chain

​While competition keeps prices low and encourages innovation, working together also has its benefits. Accessing local businesses and partnering within an industrial cluster on a regional level helps you pool resources and provide complementary products and services to larger businesses....

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Dear Quad Cities...

​We are a community that thrives on the work of the creative. We are makers, do-ers, dreamers and achievers. So, for our 2017 festival season, we’re dedicating a weekend to highlighting the downtown scene. We invite to celebrate all things music, film, comedy and art. You create your schedule. You pick what you see. You get to decide. This is your weekend. This is your festival....

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​The Q2030 Regional Action Plan seeks to improve regional attitudes, perceptions and engagement. WVIK is one of the community partners leading the way toward this goal by launching a new podcast to collect personal stories of Quad Citizens....

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The first Professional Development Integrative Lifestyle Forum (PDILF) will be held on Friday, September 29th, 2017 from 9am-2pm at the Rhythm City Casino in Davenport, Iowa. The PDILF will bring information to the public in a live, interactive format. This event has something for every business: whether you are a business owner, manager, entrepreneur, interested in moving up the corporate ladder...

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Bettendorf — The Family Museum will host an Eclipse Viewing Party on Monday, August 21. Activities will be held from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm with eclipse viewing from 1:00 – 1:30 pm, weather permitting. Visitors will make a special piece of art with rays from the sun, do an orbit dance, attempt to make their own eclipse, meet an astronomer, and take a look at the sun with a solar telescope. The...

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The CASI Memory Café is a gathering place for individuals with cognitive memory loss and their care partners, family or friends to meet on a monthly basis to socialize away from their normal activities. Beginning August 10, CASI is proud to announce the first ever Memory Café meeting....

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