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Gov. Reynolds signs school equity bill into law

​Gov. Kim Reynolds signed Senate File 455 into law on Thursday at Central High School in Davenport. SF 455 appropriates $14.1 million next school year to deliver greater equity in education spending and school bus transportation.

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​Please help us welcome Glen Schwab to the role of Executive Director of the Quad Cities Manufacturing Innovation Hub. He comes to us with 32 years of manufacturing background, including extensive experience in supply chain management, operations, and factory management in North America, Europe, and Asia.

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IWLC Quad Cities is pleased to announce the 2018 ATHENA honorees and the 2018 Male Champion of Change honorees. The Awards Dinner & Program will be held Thursday, March 29 beginning with cocktail hour at 5:30 p.m. The event will be held at Waterfront Convention Center and will feature keynote speaker, Robyn Benincasa.

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What's your data analytics strategy? The Hub's technology playbooks can help!

Data analytics is a critical component of every innovative manufacturer’s roadmap in the Quad Cities, informing decisions related to product development, supply chain optimization, sales and marketing spend, and other onsite efficiencies.

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The Quad Cities Chamber welcomed 10 new members in the month of February. Take a look at the following member businesses, and welcome them as our newest Chamber members!

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Share your expertise

Do you have an area of expertise you’d like to share through events, e-news articles or whitepapers? Send us your proposals! Chamber members are a wealth of knowledge of expertise, and we want to provide more opportunities to showcase and share that knowledge. Please fill out this RFP form (link) and submit to Jessica Webb at jwebb@quadcitieschamber.com.

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​In offices, homes, libraries and other locations, thousands of Quad Citizens will come together in small groups on April 20 -21 to discuss how to collaboratively build and maintain a connected, inclusive and stronger community.

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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 valubale 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 March to see how...

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Input needed for promo materials highlighting advanced manufacturing careers

​The Iowa Department of Education, in support of the Future Ready Iowa Initiative, is partnering with Elevate Advanced Manufacturing and the Iowa Association of Business and Industry (ABI) to develop promotional materials to highlight a wide range of high-paying and in-demand careers offered in the Advanced Manufacturing industry in Iowa. A short 5-minute survey has been created to gather direct...

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Chamber members are invited to be a part of the Quad Cities delegation traveling to Washington, D.C. March 21-23 to advocate for issues of importance to our region. Over the course of three days, guests will meet with all six members of the Quad Cities congressional delegation, attend a formal reception with elected officials, and meet with leadership from the U.S. Department of Commerce,...

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As the Baby Boomer generation retires from the workplace, developing the next generation of female leaders is crucial to the future of many businesses and industries. The Iowa Women Lead Change Quad Cities (IWLC QC) conference on March 29, 2018 will bring together a group of nationally recognized speakers to share wisdom and expertise on a wide range of personal and professional development...

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Young Professionals of the Quad Cities is kicking off 2018 with support from a new annual sponsor for Network at Noon, TRUE Mortgage Lending. The bi-monthly series of professional development events focuses on community engagement, leadership development, and fine tuning job skills for young Quad Citizens.

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​When several major employers in the Quad Cities were asked what training topics were of most importance to them, the answer was “employee engagement” and training in “emotional intelligence” – EQ – for their employees. Big Brothers Big Sisters responded by seeking out trainers who specialize in such workshops and is bringing them to the Quad Cities for the third annual BIG IDEA...

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