SD: Joining forces

Thursday, October 11, 2012

For rural community leaders, the task of promoting their towns to prospective businesses in a global landscape can easily make one feel as though they are the needle in the proverbial haystack. There may be a number of project developers and businesses seeking compatible sites that would make a great fit with the community, but drawing site selectors’ attention to lesser known regions of a state with minimal resources can be a gargantuan challenge. Many economic development divisions in rural communities consist of just one person working with a tiny operating budget. How can they compete with more populated regions of a state and stand out from the crowd?

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Category: Employment, Dakota, Rural Development