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The ATHENA honorees are women within the eastern Iowa and western Illinois region who excel in their profession, make a significant difference in the community and empower women to be leaders. The Male Champions of Change Award honors men who exhibit an exceptional commitment to the acceleration of women in leadership and who utilize their influence, talents and abilities to enhance gender...

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Daytrotter is helping reverse the lull with Daytrotter Downs, a three-night music festival kicking off at the Adler Theater in downtown Davenport on Feb. 18.

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Musicians from across the country regularly make a stop in the Quad Cities for the opportunity to record a Daytrotter session – four songs, played any way they want. Daytrotter was started by Sean Moeller, and now 10 years and 5,200 recording sessions later, Moeller has big dreams for what’s next in the Quad Cities.

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Boetje Foods Inc. has earned bragging rights: its stone-ground mustard was named Grand Champion in the 2016 World-Wide Mustard Competition; the company is family-owned and operated; and the food manufacturer is headquartered in the Quad-Cities, a community the owners say is fiercely loyal and supportive of the hometown brand. The company is based in Rock Island, Illinois, which is one of the...

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KONE is a global leader in innovation across the elevator and escalator industry, and believes in connecting itself to progressive communities. That is one reason the global manufacturer has a significant presence via its Americas-based service operations in Moline, Ill. Moline is a community in the Quad Cities, a growing bi-state region that includes Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Counties in...

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Talent development must be pursued strategically and demands a variety of commitments. The very notion of talent development itself is far broader than just education and training programs. It also includes diversity and inclusion practices. Community dialogues are essential to opening up honest lines of constructive communication, with the goal being to achieve solutions to issues rather than...

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Patrick Eikenberry was named the 2016 Quad City Engineering and Science Council (QCESC) Senior Engineer of the Year. Patrick, President/CEO of Missman, Inc. has over 30 years of civil engineering experience. Much of his practical experience is a result of managing multi-million dollar projects, where he served as resident construction engineer. Prior to becoming President/CEO, earlier work...

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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.

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(Quad Cities) – The Quad Cities will join 200 communities across the globe in a Global Startup Battle for entrepreneurship during the region’s first-ever Startup Weekend November 20 – 22, all as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week.

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​Industry 4.0 is quickly changing the manufacturing industry, and manufacturers in the Quad Cities region have a unique competitive advantage to help them embrace the onslaught of new technologies. The Quad Cities Manufacturing Innovation Hub (the Hub) is an initiative of the Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce that helps companies evaluate and implement new technologies, and identify ways to...

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When it comes to minor league sports, there is no place like the Quad Cities. The bi-state region joined by the Mississippi River is the No. 1 minor league sports market in the country, according to the Sports Business Journal in its latest biennial ranking of more than 229 communities coast to coast that are home to 386 teams and 48 leagues in the sports industry.

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