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​Have you incorporated social media into your company's public presence? According to the to the sixth annual B2B Content Marketing Benchmarks, Budgets, and Trends— North America report produced by the Content Marketing Institute, 93% of B2B marketers use social media, making it the most common B2B marketing tactic. Haven’t started yet? Check out this video for some easy tips on improving...

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One day, two courses, 288 golfers. The Quad Cities Chamber’s Annual Golf Outing is the perfect opportunity to bond with clients, prospects and colleagues on the links. New this year, we’ve expanded our most popular golf time by hosting the golf outing at two courses in the afternoon. Join fellow Chamber members for a day of friendly competition at one of two premier regional courses; Palmer...

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Companies in the Quad Cities have already enrolled over 150 interns to participate in the Young Professionals of the Quad Cities yearly summer program, InternQC. Created as a way to showcase life in the Quad Cities to young talent, the program has grown significantly each year to help employers attract young professionals to the region and connect them to a network that will help them thrive....

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Quad Cities Chamber member, Jim Wegener, Thrivent Financial is offering a free luncheon for small business owners and self-employed individuals to provide tips on how to make your business successful in the Quad Cities covering a range of topics including...

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As the entrepreneurial community in the Quad Cities continues to grow, Ignite Quad Cities is at the center of the action helping people find their space to create, collaborate, pitch and grow ideas in the region. Our entrepreneurial community has been especially active in recent months with packed crowds at gatherings such as the Ignite Quad Cities Open Coffees, Tech Brews and Meetups, plus an...

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The Quad Cities Chamber has been very active the past two weeks, leading the charge on issues that matter to businesses in the Quad Cities and our economy – things like work comp reform; a fair and balanced budget; economic development incentives that facilitate expansion; and infrastructure investments that support business growth....

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​Congratulations to Missman, who has earned the largest construction, engineering and inspection (CEI) contract with the Iowa Department of Transportation for the new I-74 bridge in conjunction with HNTB Corporation and Quigg Engineering, Inc. The project will consist of the I-74 approach spans over the river on both sides of the main arch span bridge; the main arch span bridge; westbound Iowa...

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Tucked away inside a former bank vault in Downtown Davenport, Iowa, The Vault Beauty Lounge & Urban Retreat offers therapeutic massages and clinical skincare re|treat|ments for guests seeking refuge from the everyday hustle and bustle....

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Want to stay in the know on everything happening in downtown Davenport and Moline? Two divisions of the Chamber, Downtown Davenport Partnership and Moline Centre, send regular communication on news and events happening in their respective downtowns. As a member of the Quad Cities Chamber, previously you were receiving these newsletters but because we want to ensure we're sending you just the...

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Young professionals are looking for vibrant communities, environments where they can easily connect and build a strong network for success. Last September, YPQC aligned its work with Q2030 regional action plan and created a YP Think Tank to champion efforts in retaining talent and improving quality of life for YP’s....

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Iowa advocacy events share key themes and risks

​The Chamber hosted Iowa Governor Terry Branstad’s Condition of the State Address and an Iowa Legislative Luncheon last week, providing two back to back opportunities for members to engage with state elected officials. With an anticipated confirmation to become Ambassador to China happening as soon as April, in his final major speech in the Quad Cities, Governor Branstad touted...

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Kraft Heinz hosts Governor Branstad’s tour of new facility

Governor Terry Branstad and local economic development partners had the opportunity last week to get a look into the new $200 million Kraft Heinz project that is currently being built. The new structure, which replaces the 106 year old, six story building, will be a 330,000 square foot, one-story, state-of-the-art facility that will allow the company to operate and grow efficiently. Company...

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