Provided by Prince William County Economic Development
Prince William County’s Department of Economic Development has launched its new economic intelligence online tool to promote the County for business investment, relocation and expansion. It will also place commercial real estate and business data directly at the fingertips of the business community.
The new features promise to be a valuable tool in expediting the site selection and business investment process. They are accessible on the PWCEconDev.org website, on the Economic Intelligence page. The website now hosts an array of economic intelligence components, offering insightful information on the community, demographics, businesses and mapping, as well as comparative and talent pool data.
“We are very pleased and excited to be able to offer these new real-time, easily accessible economic development tools that are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week,” said Jeff Kaczmarek, Executive Director, Prince William County Department of Economic Development. “By expediting the site selection and research process, we enable stakeholders, businesses, companies, developers and brokers the ability to quickly analyze a business site’s compatibility, and in turn, increase our abilities to deliver greater customer services.”
When considering where to locate a business, Prince William County is an obvious choice. Its strengths include a diverse and robust talent pipeline, large military population, cutting-edge educational institutions and lowest taxes in the region. Strategically located between the nation’s capital and the state capital, businesses enjoy convenient access to both cities – and everything in between.