Business in motion


VIDEO: IBI Scientific

Patrick Mueller, vice president at IBI Scientific in Peosta, Iowa, describes the business and some products the company produces.


VIDEO: Movers, Shakers and Newsmakers

Dubuque Mayor Roy Buol discusses the other honorees and their roles in the community.


VIDEO: 2016 Rising Stars

Interviews with the 2016 Rising Star award winners and those who nominated them.



Jared Jacobs created a Lego video of BYU's Mitch Mathews catching Tanner Mangum's 42-yard pass with no time left to beat Nebraska 33-28 in Lincoln. 


VIDEO: Young Professionals Dubuque

Current president and incoming president talk about what the organization means to them.



A video of Candace Payne donning a Chewbacca mask has garnered more than 135 million views.


VIDEO: 2016 Business Expo

The 2016 Business Expo was held at Five Flags Center Thursday night, the main attraction being human foosball.


Biz Times Rising Stars 2015

The 2015 TH Media Biz Times Rising Stars reflect on what it means to be chosen for the honor.


Dubuque Area Chamber of Commerce 2015 Awards Dinner

Dubuque Area Chamber of Commerce President Molly Grover discusses the annual dinner event held at Grand River center. John Cook, of Spahn & Rose Lumber Co., discusses his reaction to his company receiving the Business of the Year award.


Crossfit grows

Phil Gothard, owner of Crossfit Dubuque, talks about his business and how it has grown over the past four years.


Dubuque Supermarket Sweep

Dean Beresford, of U.S. Bank, talks about winning the Dubuque Area Chamber of Commerce Supermarket Sweep. Damian Waid, of the chamber, discusses how the event came to be and its turnout.


Student of Note: Matthew Aguilar

University of Wisconsin-Platteville senior Matthew Aguilar talks about the concept that he is turning into an online yearbook business.


Student of Note: Nathan Prosch

NICC student Nathan Prosch talks about his major and his plans post-graduation.


Food education through rescue mission

Ashley Neises talks about how the Dubuque Rescue Mission uses the garden for educational programs with area students as well as those served by the rescue mission.


Student of Note: Cassandra Berger

Cassandra Berger, a student at the University of Dubuque, talks about her school experience, internships and post-graduation plans.


2015 State of the City

Dubuque Mayor Roy Buol; Russ Gossen, of McGraw-Hill; and Lindsey Blok, of HealthCheck360; discuss Dubuque's growth over the last year compared to its surrounding cities.


Student of Note: Keithroy Charles III

Keithroy Charles, a student at Clarke University, talks about how he chose his major, why he decided to study at Clarke and who has been a mentor to him.


Manufacturer Appreciation Week

Damian Waid, vice president of membership for Dubuque Area Chamber of Commerce, talks about the purpose of the chamber's annual Manufacturer Appreciation Week.


Betty Jane Homemade Candies

Andrew Siegert, president of Betty Jane Homemade Candies, talks about the store's busy Easter season.


Student of note: Amanda Elsen

Loras College senior Amanda Elsen talks about her social media marketing internship and about her post-graduation plans.


Downtown business expo

Dubuque Main Street Executive Director Dan LoBianco discusses the importance of the event for downtown businesses.


Interns to full-time employees

Cris Houlihan and Nick Kohlhof talk about doing internships at Cottingham and Butler. They are both now full-time employees there.


2015 Forecast luncheon

John Schmidt, of A.Y. McDonald Manufacturing Co, gives the financial forecast for 2015.


Dyersville legislative luncheon

Area residents heard from local Iowa lawmakers Wednesday during an event in Dyersville, Iowa. Lawmakers in attendance were Tod Bowman, Dan Zumbach, Nancy Dunkel and Lee Hein.


Career fair at Hempstead

Kelly Cooper, executive director of the Dubuque Area Labor-Management Council, talks about the response to Tuesday's Career Exploration Fair.


Business After Hours: DuTrac Community Credit Union

Hannah Cox, communications specialist at DuTrac Community Credit Union, discusses her custom-made ugly sweater she wore during a Dubuque Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours event Tuesday.


Student of note: Paul Cave

Paul Cave, a business finance and psychology double major at Clarke University, talks about studying in the U.S. and his plans, post-graduation.


Student of note: Jonathon Hazelwonder

Jonathon Hazelwonder, a University of Dubuque college student, talks about his education and what he's looking forward to doing after graduation.


Business After Hours: Straka Johnson Architects

Justin McCarthy talks about the event.


Student of note: Jordan Stecklein

Loras College student Jordan Stecklein talks about her area of study and her post-graduation plans.


Exceptional Dentistry

Ted Murray and his daughters, Kristen Berning and Alexia Murray, talk about practicing dentistry together at Exceptional Dentistry, 4200 Asbury Road.


Rising Stars 2014

Take a look at some behind-the-scenes footage of the Rising Stars 2014 photo shoot, on the Riverwalk at the Port of Dubuque.


Business After Hours: Mike Finnin Ford

Cary Daubenberger talks about why he enjoys the Business After Hours events.


Teri Fairchild on leadership

Teri Fairchild, owner of Fairchild Business Coaching, talks about the ingredients of leadership.


Business After Hours: Mississippi Moon Bar

Ryan Larson, of Dubuque, talks about the Business After Hours event at the Mississippi Moon Bar inside the Diamond Jo Casino.


Susan Stork

Susan Stork, owner of Simplicity Services, talks about organization and the messiest work environment she's ever seen.


Student profile: Paulina Le

Recent NICC graduate Paulina Le talks about her experience at the school and her plans post-graduation.


Rich Bugalski

Rich Bugalski, general manager and CEO of the Dubuque Golf and Country Club, talks about the facility and the benefits it brings to members.


Chamberland Expo

Angela Jordan and Tony Kalb talk about the Chamberland Expo at the Mystique Casino on Tuesday, May 20, 2014.



Lisa Parr talks about the Dubuque expansion of her family's business, Vignettes.


Reverse Career Fair

University of Wisconsin-Platteville senior Natalie Braun explains Wednesday's Reverse Career Fair. At the event, students set up booths to showcase their skills and employers circulated the room, stopping at booths to ask questions.


Business After Hours: BTS

Molly Grover, Dubuque Chamber of Commerce President talks about the importance of having the Biz After Hours event followed up with an interview with Nelson Klavitter, with Heartland Financial.


Jeff Theis

Jeff Theis, president of Schieffer Co. International, L.C., talks about his international travels.

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