The Quad Cities Chamber is the champion for business and community progress. We know that when we work together as one, it produces strong results.
Did you know that when you invest in the Quad Cities Chamber, you're supporting initiatives such as Young Professionals of the Quad Cities, a group that helps engage and retain young talent in the region?
The Quad Cities Chamber promotes the region to attract top talent and improve the quality of life in the community.
For us, Bridging the River, Building the Region is not just our tagline. It is a priority, a belief, and at the center of the work we do. We are passionate about uniting the Quad Cities region to create, grow and prosper together as one.
We at the Quad Cities Chamber are grateful to have amazing members who are passionate about their business and the community. In the coming months, we'll be sharing stories of members who are inspired by momentum in the region, the opportunity that Q2030 presents, work happening to strengthen the business climate, energy around the Chamber's Young Professionals of the Quad Cities, and much more....
Providing opportunities to build business relationships and provide resources to grow is at the essence of our daily work. We offer members access to free market research, and host over 70 events a year where our members can network, gain professional development and get to know the ins and outs of what's going on in the business community. We are focused on growing the Quad Cities, and that...
Quad Cities Chamber members have accomplished a lot this year. In 2016, we have celebrated over 150 business celebrations, including groundbreakings, ribbon cuttings for new and expanded businesses, and milestone anniversaries with our members.
The Quad Cities Chamber is driving economic development in the region. By promoting and connecting entrepreneurs to resources through our program, Ignite Quad Cities, the Chamber is supporting a vibrant entrepreneurial community by helping people find a space to create, collaborate, pitch, and grow ideas in the Quad Cities.