"Our hallmark project is the work we are performing on the I-74 corridor for the new bridge, we are thrilled to be a part of this key project in our community," said Michelle DeCap, CFO/EEO Officer, Phoenix Corporation of the Quad Cities. Check out the amazing drone shots and help us welcome new member: Phoenix Corporation of the Quad Cities!
Congratulations to Bettendorf Chiropractic Wellness Center on the grand opening of their new location at 4893 Utica Ridge Rd. Dr. Gina Lehman & Dr. Keeli Farley, chiropractors at Bettendorf Chiropractic Wellness Center specialize in pediatric and adult care
At the ERP & Manufacturing Information Systems Overview, you will learn how to avoid the costly mistake of selecting a new system that doesn't fully support the current or future business requirements, and how improving your business processes prior to implementation will yield even stronger results.
First American State Bank has a history and commitment to customers that goes back more than 79 years in South Dakota and for over 60 years in other parts of the Midwest. Take a look at the video highlighting their ribbon cutting celebration to learn more!
Recent investment in the Quad Cities metro region has been recognized by Site Selection Magazine as part of its 2017 Governor’s Cup Awards. The economic development magazine annually ranks metropolitan and micropolitan areas by number of projects per capita and by number of projects. Nationally, Sterilite Corp. in Davenport tied for #4 in Top Projects in the Country by Size (2.5M SF). In...
The Quad Cities entrepreneurial community is receiving statewide attention once again after four teams from the region competed in a pitchoff competition at the Surge Summit at the Hawkeye Innovation Expo. Four teams from the Quad Cities Venture School co-hort competed, with one team winning 2nd place and $2,000. In addition, two Quad-Cities alumni teams competed and placed in the alumni category.
The Quad Cities Chamber's Annual Golf Outing is the perfect opportunity to bond with clients, prospects and colleagues on the course. Join fellow Chamber members on June 13th for a full day of networking and friendly competition at TPC Deere Run.
The Quad Cities Chamber welcomed nine new members in the month of April. Take a look at the following member businesses, and welcome them as our newest Chamber members!
Are you a business in construction, IT, manufacturing, manufacturing support or professional services that’s interested in strengthening your government contracts footprint? Then you definitely want to be at the NDIA Iowa-Illinois Chapter’s 11th Annual Midwest Government Contracting Symposium on May 23-24!
Genesis Systems Group invites you to a free robotics automation seminar on May 9 and 10 at their headquarters, 8900 N. Harrison St., in Davenport, Iowa. Attendees at the business forum will have the chance to exchange ideas and discuss some of the dynamics impacting global manufacturing and driving industry change.
Late last Friday, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds along with House and Senate Leadership reached agreement on a tax reform proposal. Highlights of this agreement include:
Two weeks ago Paul Rumler returned to the region and assumed his new role as Quad Cities Chamber President and CEO. How has the Quad Cities changed in the two years he has been away? What is his vision for the Chamber? Read more to learn his perspective and some lessons learned from his time in Grand Rapids.
Happy National Small Business Week, Quad Citizens! Did you know that 85% of Quad Cities Chamber members are small businesses? Small businesses are the backbone of our community and so important to our local economy. At the Chamber we are dedicated to offering programming and resources that add value to your membership and help grow your business. You might remember last year we launched a Small...
Demographics tell a powerful story – a large portion of our workforce is moving into retirement, and business succession planning is becoming increasingly important for the continued viability of many local companies.
On April 20, over 300 students from Davenport West, North, Central, North Scott, United Township, Moline, Rock Island/Milan, Bettendorf and Pleasant Valley participated in Big Tables at Deere World Headquarters. The students were broken into groups and given the assignment to “Identify a cause or issue in our community that you and your table mates would be willing to rally around to make the...