Davenport, Iowa (January 30, 2015) – Mel Foster Co. held its annual awards reception last night at the Waterfront Convention Center in Bettendorf, Iowa. Rob Fick, President & CEO, Lynsey Engels, President Real Estate Brokerage and Marc Engels, President of Mel Foster Insurance, presented awards to 115 agents who were recognized for achieving membership in the company’s different sales club...
Genesis Health System has entered into a new strategic partnership with Kansas City-based Cerner Corporation to optimize and advance the patient care and enterprise management benefits of the health system’s already award-winning information technology solutions and services.
Paul Rumler, Chief Economic Development Officer of the Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce, has been selected as a winner in the economic development profession’s 40 Under 40 awards, the only award of its kind recognizing young talent in the economic development profession.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2015 ATHENA Awards®, scheduled for March 12, 2015, noon, at Jumer’s Casino & Hotel, Rock Island. Presented in affiliation with Athena International by the Women’s Connection and the Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce, the awards will honor outstanding women leaders in Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois. Missman, Inc. is the title sponsor of the 2015...
Paul Rumler, Chief Economic Development Officer, Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce Economic development is all about optimism, a colleague recently stated at the International Economic Development Council’s Annual Meeting. This is especially relevant when interacting with people making multi-million dollar investments in our community.
In 2014, the biggest conversation we could have as a community was launched. It’s a big idea; what do we want the Quad Cities to be in 2030 and beyond? Hundreds of regional businesses and organizations settled on the shared aspiration that the Quad Cities region will be recognized globally for growing and attracting talent and businesses, be energized by a culturally rich community; one that...
The Rock Island Arsenal celebrated the start of its $61 million infrastructure modernization project last week. The project will generate up to a $5.3 million annual energy and operational cost savings.
The Chamber, higher education institutions, and local organizations are working together to address how to prepare individuals for 21st century jobs, while also meeting the existing needs of our businesses.
Last week's Chamber Board meeting featured a discussion of the Rock Island Arsenal and the importance of business and community leaders continuing to build awareness of the island's critical role in national defense and the regional economy.
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