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The Quad Cities Chamber director of Q2030, Greg Aguilar has been named as chairman to Western Illinois University board of trustees. Aguilar is one of six new trustees of WIU. Aguilar’s appointment was announced Thursday by Gov. JB Pritzker. The trustees, who represent a full replacement of the existing board, are charged with “revitalizing WIU’s student recruitment and outreach efforts,...

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Learn how to prepare your business to get those good government contracts!

​You’re looking to diversify your business clients. You’ve figured out what government contracting opportunities exist with the help of the Quad Cities Manufacturing Innovation Hub’s Supply Chain Mapping Tool, but now what? What are the next steps? Find out at the next Hub Huddle!

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The Quad Cities Chamber welcomed 16 new members in the month of March. Take a look at the following member businesses, and welcome them as our newest Chamber members!

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​Quad Cities Interfaith (QCI), Quad Cities Chamber, The Greater Quad Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and the Doris and Victor Day Foundation are calling for a fair and accurate 2020 Census to ensure that the Quad Cities gets the resources we need to grow and flourish.

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Webinar to detail subcontracting opportunities with a prime contractor

Quad City area companies are invited to attend this webinar detailing subcontracting opportunities with Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company, which has a long history with Chicago’s shore infrastructure and river lock system. The company has since expanded and now operates on every domestic coastline, throughout many inland U.S. waterways, and in several foreign markets.

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Host a Big Table

We know small conversations can spark connections and creative ideas, which is why Quad Citizens are invited to participate once again in the Quad Cities Big Table on April-26-27, 2019. The community engagement initiative of the Q2030 Regional Action Plan provides a forum to identify community issues and create solutions. Last year, over a 48-hour period, more than 5,000 Quad Citizens of all...

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Due to the possibility of record flooding this spring, the City of Davenport wanted to take an opportunity to remind property owners located in the floodplain of available resources, their flood risk, and ways to protect themselves and their property in the event flooding occurs.

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​New Supply Chain Mapping tool helps area business ID growth opportunities

The Quad Cities Manufacturing Hub works with our area manufacturers and other companies throughout the defense supply chain to help them grow, diversify and remain competitive. One such way it does that is with its new Supply Chain Mapping tool, which uses software to help area businesses, as well as economic development organizations, better understand spending and contracting flows in our...

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Your route may be changing this year, but your destination is not. The Chamber has been working with a variety of community partners to discuss the I-74 River Bridge project, from ways it impacts commuters and most importantly how we can support businesses through the construction period. As the construction season gears up, here are three tips that can help get you through:

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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 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 April to see how...

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​Help us welcome new member: O'Dell's Heating and Air Conditioning​! O’Dell’s Heating & A/C is proud to serve Quad Citizens with prompt quality service. O'Dell's team services most major brands of equipment.​ They install Rheem products which have industry leading warranties and performance. Call (309) 792-0431 today to schedule a service appointment or for a free, no-obligation...

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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

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​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.

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