Sioux Falls GOED Certified Ready Sites Initiative

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Overview

ISG conducted detailed industrial park assessments, then created targeted marketing materials and drone footage to aid in the attraction of new businesses for the South Dakota Governor's Office of Economic Development (GOED) that visualize and highlight pre-qualified business development sites.


Opportunity

The South Dakota Governor's Office of Economic Development (GOED) wanted a targeted and unique approach to further market their Certified Site Program.

Solution

ISG is working with the South Dakota Governor's Office of Economic Development (GOED) to enhance its Certified Site Program, which is focused on helping businesses find pre-qualified sites with detailed information about availability, pricing, utilities, and access. ISG has captured drone video and incorporated animations that highlight future and current facilities, space available for development, and key site characteristics. GOED has shared these videos to businesses and organizations interested in developing at these sites.


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