The Chamber is always looking for ways to provide more offerings with your membership. We are excited to roll out the following new member benefits:
Heads up Quad Citizens! Your route over the I-74 bridge is changing beginning the week of Monday, March 18. Local traffic will still be able to get to downtown Moline and Bettendorf but motorists will be routed off of I-74 onto local roads. Here’s everything you need to know to get to your destination: #PardonOurProgressQC https://youtu.be/NrwiZrGn5rM
Ben Leischner, executive director of the Quad City International Airport has been on board for 10 months and recently shared his first impressions along with new opportunities for our airport and what it means to our economy when you fly local during the Chamber's March Executives Club program.
Recent investment in the Quad Cities metro region has been recognized by Site Selection Magazine as part of its 2018 Governor’s Cup Awards.
The Illinois Growth Political Action Committee (PAC) of the Quad Cities Chamber announces support for these candidates for city council in East Moline, Moline and Rock Island.
Several road and lane closures have begun this week related to the I-74 bridge project. Find out how this might impact your commute by taking a look at the latest updates below from the Iowa Department of Transportation and Illinois Department of Transportation:
Meet Kirby Vyncke-Hughes, Associate Director for MRA and Ambassador with the Quad Cities Chamber. Ambassadors are highly-visible advocates for the Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce and often serve as the first point of contact for members celebrating their business success through ribbon cuttings and groundbreakings. These Quad Citizens are an extension of Chamber staff who serve as a valuable...
The Quad Cities Chamber has FOUR internships posted right now. These are all great opportunities for young talent to gain experience and build connections. Know someone that wants to be part of the team working to build a prosperous region where all can thrive? Help us spread the word!
The Quad Cities Chamber welcomed eleven new members in the month of February. Take a look at the following member businesses, and welcome them as our newest Chamber members!
Our passion at the Chamber is to create a prosperous region where all can thrive. We do that by focusing on four key areas of work: Business Services, Economic Development, Downtowns and Q2030. So last Thursday was one of those lightning-in-a-bottle type days when you can feel the momentum as our Chamber team was out in force doing important work to advance our region.
Quad City Manufacturing Lab provides a variety of capabilities and services, including facilitating the research, development, analysis and testing of a wide variety of materials and manufacturing processes to help companies innovate.
Ambassadors are highly-visible advocates for the Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce and often serve as the first point of contact for members celebrating their business success through ribbon cuttings and groundbreakings. These Quad Citizens are an extension of Chamber staff who serve as a valuable point of contact within the business community and are available to members as a resource and to...
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 March to see how...
Dave “The Shef” Sheffield has inspired thousands across the country through his books, videos and live programs, and last week he kicked off the Chamber’s YPQC at Noon 2019 series with an inspirational message on how to standout, influence and make an impact that matters.
Recently, Illinois passed a bill to increase minimum wage, despite opposition from the Quad Cities Chamber and many other chambers across the state. In order to keep you informed, here are the facts of the law to help you prepare in the coming years. In Illinois, the minimum wage will raise to $9.25/hour on January 1, 2020. On July 1, 2020, it will raise to $10/hour. On January 1, 2021,...