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Fort Myers Regional Partnership Launches New Integrated 2.0 Website

November 18, 2011

The Fort Myers Regional Partnership unveils the upgraded, primary website, http://www.FortMyersRegionalPartnership.com, to serve as an interactive communications tool for the next phase of the successful, grassroots âœTogether for Businessâ campaign.

Fort Myers, Florida (PRWEB) November 17, 2011

The Fort Myers Regional Partnership unveils the upgraded, primary website, http://www.FortMyersRegionalPartnership.com, to serve as an interactive communications tool for the next phase of the successful, grassroots âœTogether for Businessâ campaign.

The Fort Myers Regional Partnership, Lee Countyâs Economic Development Office, is driven by its long-term, forward-thinking mission to expand and diversify the local economy.

The new website features a clean, easy-to-navigate design, myriad share tools, downloadable studies and resources, dynamic maps, and video testimonials.

Additionally, an interactive Property Locator feature allows easy search by site and buildings type, communities, and businesses within Lee County.

Key business leaders representing target industries such as life sciences, manufacturing, information technology, and corporate headquarters who have relocated to or expanded in Lee County graciously devoted their time to share their âœWe Chose Leeâ video blog to entice new companies to move to Lee County and to help existing businesses continue to prosper.

âœOur website serves as the foundation of our interactive communications strategy, providing a wealth of information and resources for our business community, site selectors, industry leaders, and media,â said Jennifer Berg, marketing and communications director of the Fort Myers Regional Partnership.

âœWe embrace technology and acknowledge the importance of online presence and authentic social media as part of our overall marketing strategy,â continued Jim Moore. âœIt is the integration of high-tech and high-touch within our business community that brings companies to Lee County.    

In addition to the core website, http://www.FortMyersRegionalPartnership.com, future plans include the launch of a mobile site as well as enhanced social media networks.

About Fort Myers Regional Partnership

The Fort Myers Regional Partnership works to attract new and diversified businesses resulting in high-wage, high-skilled jobs; retains and encourages the expansion of existing businesses and improves the overall business environment. Lee County is a thriving business community with a highly regarded airport, significant corporate development and ample real estate opportunities. The area is attracting, retaining and growing high-value businesses with a unique blend of an outstanding business climate and superior quality of life. The county is home to five vibrant cities–Fort Myers, Bonita Springs, Cape Coral, Fort Myers Beach, and Sanibel–and is the heart of Southwest Florida.

The Partnership continues to promote and build the region through ongoing efforts from its proactive team of domestic and international recruiters, research staff and community liaisons, as well as through its partnerships with the Horizon Foundation, the Horizon Council and the Lee County Industrial Development Authority.

Since 1996, 5,546 new jobs and $1,065,570,586 in economic impact have been committed to as a direct result of key local incentive programs; Lee County Job Opportunity Program and the First Incentives for Recruiting Strategic Targets as well as State of Florida incentives and the State Closing Fund.

Editorâs Notes:

Unique story angles, resources and trend data are available in the online Media Center at http://www.FortMyersRegionalPartnership.com/AboutUs/MediaCenter

For executive interviews, success stories, and additional media relations services, please contact Jennifer Berg, Fort Myers Regional Partnership, via phone at 239.338.3161 or email at JBerg(at)leegov(dot)com.

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