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KJWW and TTG Merge

TWO ENGINEERING FIRMS MERGE 900 PROFESSIONALS FOR ONE VISION, ONE STRATEGY, ONE CULTURE, 114 YEARS COMBINED EXPERIENCE

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Musicians from across the country regularly make a stop in the Quad Cities for the opportunity to record a Daytrotter session – four songs, played any way they want. Daytrotter was started by Sean Moeller, and now 10 years and 5,200 recording sessions later, Moeller has big dreams for what’s next in the Quad Cities.

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(Quad Cities) – The Quad Cities will join 200 communities across the globe in a Global Startup Battle for entrepreneurship during the region’s first-ever Startup Weekend November 20 – 22, all as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week.

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The Quad City International Airport, in partnership with the Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce, proudly announces daily nonstop service on United Airlines from the Quad Cities to Washington, D.C.’s Dulles International Airport (Code: IAD.) The first flight arrives from Washington, D.C. Sunday evening, Oct. 25, 2015. The first departure to Washington, D.C. is Monday morning, October 26th. Tickets...

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Ignite Quad Cities, a program of the Chamber aimed at cultivating our entrepreneurial culture, hosts a monthly gathering called Ignite Quad Cities Entrepreneurial Meetup. These informal meetings are open to anyone interested in connecting with other people considering starting their own business.

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When it comes to minor league sports, there is no place like the Quad Cities. The bi-state region joined by the Mississippi River is the No. 1 minor league sports market in the country, according to the Sports Business Journal in its latest biennial ranking of more than 229 communities coast to coast that are home to 386 teams and 48 leagues in the sports industry.

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(Quad Cities) - The Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce today announced the official launch of the Quad Cities Manufacturing Innovation Hub. The Quad Cities Manufacturing Innovation Hub will advance the area economy by helping regional manufacturers grow, diversify, and stay competitive.

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(DES MOINES) -Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds today announced that six communities are in the second round of sites to achieve certification through the Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) certified site program. These six sites are located in the communities of Cedar Rapids,Davenport, Norwalk, Marion, Mason City and Perry.

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River Roots Live, the Quad Cities premiere music festival, is excited to announce its 2015 lineup featuring Kacey Musgraves, Mavis Staples, Yonder Mountain String Band, Hellogoodbye, and eleven more bands. As always, Ribfest vendors from across the country will be serving up award-winning BBQ throughout the weekend.

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Adriane Jacoby is the Global Business Lead for John Deere. In her professional life she develops processes and is instituting an organizational model that will enable Deere & Company to adhere to the regulatory requirements of the various governmental institutions with which they work.

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The Interstate-74 bridge project is one of the most expensive public work projects in our region’s history. For some businesses in the path of progress, it was the end of an era. For Trimble Pointe Companies, the winner of this year’s Innovation Award at the 2015 Community Impact Awards, it was an opportunity to reinvent their entire business model.

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(Quad Cities) - The Quad Cities Chamber, St. Ambrose University, and the Quad-City Times today announced a partnership called the Quad Cities New Ideas Forum which will invite presidential candidates and thought leaders to advance discussions around new ideas to improve the country’s future. Presidential candidates and Quad Cities residents are invited to participate in upcoming events over the...

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