The Verde Valley Regional Economic Organization has launched a new website called VVREO.
After months of hard work, VVREO has launched a website that is dynamic and informative. It offers resources for area business owners who wish to grow and expand their business in the Verde Valley and encourages entrepreneurs to consider their next business venture in the area.
The new website features spectacular images and video that captures the essence of the Verde Valley and provides information on area demographics, tax rates, and individual community profiles. It is the one-stop shop for resources to expand businesses in the Verde Valley and for those who are thinking about relocating their business.
Visitors to the site will find information on regional economic activity and initiatives, upcoming events and information on the business loan program. On the site, visitors can also sign up for the soon-to-be-launched e-newsletter that will help subscribers stay in touch with economic development activities in the area.
Jennifer Wesselhoff, Chairman of the Board of Directors for VVREO, says, "Through this website, we have an opportunity to better position the region for sustainable economic development and diversification. We are proud to launch a website that incorporates cutting-edge technology and we look forward to engaging with businesses and potential businesses to help the region grow economically." She added, "With the new images and dynamic appeal of the site, we feel people will be even more excited to live, work, play, raise a family, and start a business in the Verde Valley."
To learn more about VVREO and economic development initiatives in the region, visit VVREO and subscribe to the VVREO quarterly newsletter.
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