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The Quad Cities Chamber today announced that Greg Aguilar will step into the newly created position of Director, Q2030. This announcement is the first since the Chamber announced an organizational restructure last week. The Quad Cities Chamber also plans to increase staff support for Q2030 in the near future by hiring a project manager.

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The John Deere Classic is a longtime signature event in the Quad Cities that draws thousands to the region each summer and provides an incredibly positive economic impact to the community. It has been deemed “one of the most amazing success stories on the PGA TOUR” according to past PGA TOUR commissioner, Tim Finchem and it consistently ranks as #1 on TOUR in per capita giving and was named...

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​Quad Cities Chamber events go beyond simply exchanging business cards. When you attend a Chamber event, you'll have opportunities to grow valuable business relationships, advocate for a stronger business climate, ensure your young staff members are engaged and want to stay in the region, and support and enjoy our vibrant community. Take a look at what’s on our calendar in July to see how...

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​We were fortunate to have some special visitors in the Chamber office last week. Sergio Garcia and Jesus Gutierrez, students from Glenview Middle School and creators of The East Moline Paletero Project, were connected to Chamber staff to build strategies to raise money to get their business off the ground. El Paletero is a Mexican cultural tradition whereby a Paleta (popsicle) vendor pushes a...

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In today’s world, the competition for top talent is fierce. It’s never been more important for businesses to create a solid internship program to attract and cultivate future employees. The Quad Cities Chamber is partnering with Augustana College, Black Hawk College, Eastern Iowa Community College, St. Ambrose University and Western Illinois University to share internship best practices with...

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The Chamber is in the business of facilitating valuable connections between our members. Every other month, we invite a small group of members to participate in 12@12 to discuss business issues that are pressing to them. 12@12 is always facilitated by a Chamber board member.

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In April, over 5,000 Quad Citizens came together in conversations across the region to talk about what matters to us and what we can do individually and collectively to make our community even better and stronger. Conversations were filled with inspiration, challenges, innovation and encouragement.

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The Quad Cities Chamber's Annual Golf Outing is the perfect opportunity to bond with clients, prospects and colleagues on the course. Not a golfer, but want to get involved? An event of this scale would not be possible without dedicated volunteers. We are looking for a volunteers to help us with registration, hole spotting, sponsor check-in, and selling raffle tickets. All volunteers will enjoy a...

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Workforce. It’s the number one issue we hear when speaking to businesses in the region. Workforce attraction is not uniquely a concern for the Quad Cities. Nationally, talent has risen to becoming a top concern among employers, and site selectors report that talent availability is now the #1 site location decision-making factor. In today’s talent-driven economy, the competition is fierce, and...

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​The Quad Cities Chamber welcomed thirteen new members in the month of May. Take a look at the following member businesses, and welcome them as our newest Chamber members!​

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Augmented/virtual reality mobile app workshop teaches business applications for technology

Imagine how engaging an educational experience that deploys augmented reality technology to reach its goals would be … Now imagine that you could create such a course yourself in the time it takes to craft a PowerPoint presentation. With Eon Reality’s Creator AVR mobile application, you can!

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The Quad Cities Chamber surveyed the candidates for Scott County Board of Supervisors. The results of that survey can be found here. While the Quad Cities Chamber does not endorse candidates for office, we believe it’s important for Chamber members to understand where candidates stand on issues of importance to the business community.

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