Holiday months are an extremely busy time. With that in mind we have intentionally left Hub calendars clear in November and December with plans to resume our events again in 2018.
The U.S. Head of Delegation for an international manufacturing R&D program. A Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley Distinguished Research Fellow. A former member of the Additive Manufacturing Expert Panel for the European Commission. HP, Inc.’s Director of 3D Printing, Americas. They're all in one room. And they're here to help you.
In addition to helpful advice, tips, and tricks, they’ll be asking leading experts about emerging threats every small business owner needs to know about.
This upcoming workshop details new cybersecurity requirements for defense contractors & suppliers by Dec. 31, 2017. The first 10 registrants who meet qualifying criteria can receive one-on-one consulting help toward becoming DFARS compliant.
To be able to grow, diversify, and stay competitive, area businesses need to be empowered and equipped when it comes to workforce development. That’s why the Quad Cities Manufacturing Innovation Hub has engaged educational institutions to help manufacturers and others in the defense supply chain connect with resources to develop a skilled workforce adept at the latest technologies and...
With cyber-crime damage costs predicted to hit $6 trillion annually by 2021, the Quad Cities Chamber is proud to bring together industry, business, and community leaders in a panel format to discuss the growing importance of cyber security to our region's businesses and their operations.
The Internet of Things is estimated to have major economic value by 2025. But just how much? And how does one harness its potential?
RILCO’s Conor Flaherty uses Hub opportunities to learn, share, and connect.
The Quad Cities Chamber actively engages with government officials on all levels to promote good politics that will help grow the Quad Cities economy. We are interested in learning more about what is important to you and your small business, so that we can better shape a public policy agenda that supports the needs of small businesses. Help us create a positive business climate and join us for our...
Join CIRAS, the Quad Cities Chamber, CIRAS partners, community leaders, and local manufacturers in this facilitated discussion on the needs of Iowa manufacturers.
The Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute (DMDII) invites manufacturers to test its Digital Manufacturing Commons (DMC), an open-source, online platform for connecting communities and sharing solutions across the manufacturing product life cycle, via in-person and online events.
We’re amid a manufacturing revolution flush with emerging technology. New technology introduces many challenges and opportunities. Those who are prepared, and those who adapt, will flourish and prevail.
Do other regional manufacturers know what your capabilities are as a supplier? If not, take 15 minutes to list your company in the Quad Cities Manufacturing Innovation Hub’s new Regional Capabilities Catalog. The best part? It’s FREE!
The Quad Cities Chamber actively engages with government officials on all levels to promote good politics that will help grow the Quad Cities economy. We are interested in learning more about what is important to you and your business, so that we can better shape a public policy agenda that reflects our members' interests.
How can you stay relevant as a supplier? Come to Deere & Company World Headquarters on Aug. 9 to hear about evolving digital requirements for doing business with large equipment manufacturers.