The Internet of Things is estimated to have major economic value by 2025. But just how much? And how does one harness its potential?
Companies small and large realize that there are many ways to build a business. Studies have shown that customers are more likely to buy from people they trust and can build a relationship with. Chamber members know that their membership dollars are more than just an investment in growing our region but also a stamp of credibility for their brand.
Five-year home appreciation in our region was between 7.25% and 12.91% with all of our regional Metropolitan Statistical Areas experiencing a positive gain.
On August 8, relive one of Marilyn Monroe’s most memorable performances as the Putnam Museum screens a true classic, “The Seven Year Itch”, on the GIANT Screen.
Held every October in Washington, D.C., the AUSA Annual Meeting & Exposition is the largest land warfare exposition and professional development forum in North America. The Quad Cities Chamber partners with the Rock Island Chapter of AUSA to promote the strength of our defense industry in our region, a sector that represents over $1 billion in economic impact.
New “Air, Land & Sea” augmented reality adventure opens to the public Aug. 19
RILCO’s Conor Flaherty uses Hub opportunities to learn, share, and connect.
Family Resources will host the 10th Annual DOVE golf tournament on Friday, June 9, at Palmer Hills Golf Course in Bettendorf, Iowa. The DOVE (Domestic Violence Ended) tournament raises funds to support Family Resources’ domestic violence services.
Beginning on Monday, Aug. 28, significant roadway construction will take place along 19th Street and 7th Avenue in Moline through early December.
Share your love of learning at our 1st Annual CAMP CASI July 17-21 from 1:00 - 4:30pm! You will experience quality time with your grandchild or great grandchild and enjoy a weeklong ½ day Summer Camp and activities. CAMP CASI is designed for children ages 6 to 12 accompanied by their grandparent(s).
Over thirty business and community leaders met with top lawmakers in Washington, D.C. last week to advocate on issues important to the Quad Cities region and economy. Meetings included: three senior policy advisors to the President, the six Members of the Quad Cities’ Congressional Delegation, and top staff at the Departments of Commerce, Transportation, Energy and the Pentagon. In addition...
Davenport, Iowa - The Quad Cities will come together to run for the green at the 2017 CASI St. Patrick’s Day Race on Saturday, March 18, 2017 to benefit the Center for Active Seniors, or CASI, as it is known to so many.
The Quad Cities Manufacturing Innovation Hub, an initiative of the Quad Cities Chamber supported by the Illinois Defense Industry Adjustment Program, has been busy helping area manufacturers and others in the defense supply chain grow, diversify, and stay competitive during the past year. Including its Tech Roadmap Preview in December 2016, the Hub has hosted nearly 1,300 attendees at 55 separate...
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.”
We need your help. Illinois legislators are currently debating a Grand Bargain comprised of 12 bills that, if passed, will result in the state finally having a balanced budget. Please call now and urge Senator Neil Anderson, Senator Chuck Weaver and Governor Bruce Rauner to vote yes on the bills.