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.
The Child Abuse Council has been in existence since 1977, with the vision that "all children in our community will be raised in a safe, nurturing family environment.”
(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...
April Boyer has been described as a dynamo with an infectious spirit. As the Catering Sales Manager for the Isle of Capri, Boyer is responsible for 40,000 square feet of event space in Iowa’s largest hotel complex.
AJ Loss, President of Bush Construction, was a young professional when he started at the commercial building arm of the McCarthy-Bush Corporation.
During his 15 year career in real estate, Rich Bassford, owner of RE/MAX Elite Homes, had been asked many times if he was interested in starting his own business.
Organic, fair-trade, sustainable, local, fresh…find it all and more at the Quad Cities Food Hub in the Freight House of downtown Davenport. With a passion for food, the community, health, and sustainability, this local hub supports small, local businesses in big ways.
(Quad Cities) – YPQC and the Quad Cities Chamber announce the recipients of the 2015 Community Impact awards which honor the individuals and businesses that are helping bolster the Quad Cities’ as a cool, creative, and prosperous place to live and work. Recipients will be recognized at the Community Impact Awards celebration on Thursday, May 28, 2015 at 5:30 p.m. at the Stern Center, 1713...
Jake Dixon, CEO and Team Leader of Keller Williams of the Greater Quad Cities, is looking forward to May 14. On that day all Keller Williams offices across the world will be closed.
Ginny Wilson Peter’s personal mission is to nurture and inspire others to reach for the stars – and that’s what she does through her leadership development business, Integrity Integrated.
A native of Arkansas, Brandy Donaldson came to the Quad Cities looking for something different. "I moved to the Quad-Cities almost 8 years ago with no expectation of making this my home,” says Donaldson.
(Quad Cities) – Entrepreneurs pitched for cash prizes and awards during the University of Iowa’s Venture School—Quad Cities graduation day on April 17, 2015. Venture School is a six-week program to help entrepreneurs launch their business. Teams of entrepreneurs took part in the program to help determine whether or not to launch their start-up, find the right customers, and determine market...
We all benefit from it. Now here’s your chance to help the John Deere Classic show why it’s the Quad Cities’ premier charity event of the year ($6.33 million raised in 2014) and why the PGA TOUR gave the John Deere Classic its "Most Engaged Community” award three of the last five years.
The Rock Island Arsenal managed $12 billion in contracts last year, with the large majority being fulfilled for projects around the globe.
Tess Harriss Designs creates hand-crafted one of a kind shoes out of her home, and on Saturday, she took home the top prize of $5,000 from the Quad Cities Fast Pitch competition.