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​Last week Iowa Governor Terry Branstad signed off on a $118 million budget reduction for the current fiscal year. The bill reduces the current year's budget in order to accommodate a $100 million shortfall of expected state revenue....

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At the Chamber we believe in the power of uniting the region to create, grow, and prosper. One of the key initiatives of the Q2030 Regional Action Plan is to connect the region by coming together and helping one another in new ways to improve attitudes and perceptions. One of the simplest ways to move the needle on this is to celebrate the things happening in our community that are notable. We are...

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At the Quad Cities Chamber, we're committed to helping businesses grow, and we take a data-oriented approach to identifying common issues among companies and then providing solutions....

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The Quad Cities Chamber is the champion for business and community progress. We know that when we work together as one, it produces strong results....

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The Quad Cities Manufacturing Innovation Hub is preparing to educate our area manufacturers and defense industry sectors on the technologies that impact their industries by launching User Groups centered on the areas of Additive Manufacturing (3D printing), Virtual and Augmented Reality, Digital Business to Business Marketing Platforms, Automation and Robotics, Integrated Supply Chain, Cyber...

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Chamber board member C. Dana Waterman III was sworn in earlier this month to serve as a Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army (CASA) for the eastern region of Iowa. Dana was sworn in along with eight others by Secretary of the Army Eric Fanning at the Pentagon Hall of Heroes....

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Did you know that when you invest in the Quad Cities Chamber, you're supporting initiatives such as Young Professionals of the Quad Cities, a group that helps engage and retain young talent in the region?...

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​The Quad Cities Chamber supports workforce attraction and retention by fostering a community that is attractive to top talent. Specifically, the Chamber's Young Professionals of the Quad Cities helps to engage young talent in the region....

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Leaders from business, labor, education, and the community gathered today to announce their unified support in advocating for parity in education funding so that all school districts in Iowa will receive an equitable amount of funding. Those in attendance included Tara Barney, President & CEO, Quad Cities Chamber, Kelli Grubbs, President of VictoryStores.com and Past Chair of the Quad Cities...

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When the new $200 million Kraft Heinz facility is completed this spring, they may have a new corporate neighbor. Sterilite Corporation has announced its interest in building a new state-of-the-art 2.5 million square foot manufacturing and logistics distribution facility on the certified site adjacent to Kraft Heinz. Sterilite projects the operation would add 500 new jobs over the course of 5...

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