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Davenport Mayor Frank Klipsch and the City Council today announced that Sterilite Corporation of Townsend, Massachusetts is considering the construction of a new state of the art manufacturing and distribution center in Davenport contingent upon approval of State of Iowa and local incentives....

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​The Quad Cities' best-selling economic asset is its highly-skilled workforce. When our schools are financially disadvantaged, so is our future workforce. That's why reforming the school funding formula, long term, and allowing schools to spend into their cash reserves, short term, remains a top priority for the Chamber in 2017....

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Stanley Consultants - an engineering success story in the Midwest

As a global engineering service provider, Stanley Consultants has improved the quality of life of communities across the world and is commonly recognized for its innovative solutions....

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HNI Corporation has built a furniture empire along the Mississippi River

Over the years, HNI Corporation, headquartered in Muscatine, IA, has remained true to its core: the vision of a workplace where all employees are treated equally and respectfully as members of a productive industrial enterprise....

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Providing opportunities to build business relationships and provide resources to grow is at the essence of our daily work. We offer members access to free market research, and host over 70 events a year where our members can network, gain professional development and get to know the ins and outs of what's going on in the business community. We are focused on growing the Quad Cities, and that...

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The Quad Cities Chamber has contracted with a manufacturing executive to develop strategies to assist manufacturing companies in growing their operations over the next decade. Chamber President & CEO Tara Barney announced that Scott Hutter will serve as Executive Director of the Quad Cities Manufacturing Innovation Hub, providing consulting services, strategic leadership and outreach with area...

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A business friendly climate, investment in infrastructure, support for economic growth, and investment in education and workforce top the list of issues the Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce will push with legislators in 2017. “We’ve met with hundreds of area business leaders and economic development professionals in the past year, and the legislative priorities we’ve set forth are those...

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Quad Cities Chamber members have accomplished a lot this year. In 2016, we have celebrated over 150 business celebrations, including groundbreakings, ribbon cuttings for new and expanded businesses, and milestone anniversaries with our members....

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On Friday, November 25, the iconic Isabel Bloom officially relocated to the newly renovated Gordon Van Tine Building, and the Quad Cities Chamber is proud to have helped this local, small business transform their operations. In a nod to the way the company was founded, their new facility is the global headquarters for all Isabel Bloom operations, and Quad Citizens can now witness artisans creating...

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​On Friday, thousands of Quad Citizens woke up to the news that the Exelon’s Quad Cities Generating Station will continue to provide power for the foreseeable future. Their careers are safe in and our community will continue to be blessed with this extraordinary regional business. The Illinois General Assembly reached agreement on the Future Energy Jobs Bill (FEJB). This legislation will...

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Yesterday Governor Bruce Rauner agreed to sign the Future Energy Jobs Bill as amended. Today the revised bill faces new hurdles, and our community needs to contact Governor Rauner's office urging him to sign the bill. Please take 10 minutes of your day to make this phone call, and encourage your employees to do the same. These efforts can help retain Exelon and its 4,200 jobs in the region....

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As our region works toward Q2030, a plan to increase jobs, investment, and opportunity for all who call the Quad Cities home, developing a welcoming and inclusive community is key. Each of us has an important role to continue the process of moving toward cultural competency, and promoting and advocating for inclusion throughout our region....

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For us, Bridging the River, Building the Region is not just our tagline. It is a priority, a belief, and at the center of the work we do. We are passionate about uniting the Quad Cities region to create, grow and prosper together as one....

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