We refer members thousands of times throughout the year. Through our online member directory, out in the community and to visitors and residents seeking services. But we aren’t the only ones driving traffic through your door. Quad Cities Chamber member Locals Love Us, is a locally-owned franchise that asks Quad Citizens to name the best places in the Quad Cities and then produces free online...
Over a thousand Quad Citizens will gather for this year's Hob Nosh presented by Lexus of the Quad Cities, Lujack Luxury, and VanDerGinst Law! Sip, taste, and mingle with over 50 food, beverage and vendor tables. Here's your chance to sample some of the best eats and drinks that the Quad Cities has to offer!
While Hollywood tests our imagination with artificial intelligence’s possibilities, more and more businesses are incorporating AI and machine learning into their operations.
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...
Over a thousand Quad Citizens will gather for this year's Hob Nosh and with this being the largest after-hours networking event of the year, you won't want to miss this Quad Cities Chamber signature event! The prizes for The Pick are starting to roll in and if your company wants to be part of the Hob Nosh buzz, donating a prize is the perfect way to get involved.
Mayors from the Quad Cities share perspectives on moving Q2030 forward
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 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...
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...
Many Quad Citizens are looking for ways to get involved and help the victims of Hurricane Harvey and numerous Chamber members have committed to organize efforts to serve those impacted. Take a look at the list of companies helping in the recovery process and see the ways you can lend support:
It was a job three years in the making and took a number of community partners to get the project completed, but now drivers coming off the Arsenal Bridge will see a brand new 12’ x 24’ welcome sign highlighting a number of downtown Davenport landmarks greeting them into the eastern gateway.
We create opportunities for members to make new business connections, learn new tools, and grow their business through the events we host each month. Take a look at what’s on our calendar in September to see how you can build your network this month: