Golden Shovel Agency Presents "New Trends in Economic Development Marketing" at Kentucky Conference
7 Nov 2017
Press Release, News
LITTLE FALLS, MN, November 07, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Promoting your community's economic development narrative has never been so important. Social media and virtual reality video advancements give economic developers an astounding arsenal of communication tools.
Aaron Brossoit, CEO of Golden Shovel Agency, will help organizations effectively navigate best practices and demonstrate the latest in marketing tools at the Kentucky Association Economic Development (KAED) annual conference November 8-10, 2017.
Promoting your community's economic development narrative has never been so important. Social media and virtual reality video advancements give economic developers an astounding arsenal of communication tools.
The three-day conference will feature breakout sessions, peer roundtables and numerous networking breaks for industry leaders and economic development executives.
Discussing the best practices in virtual reality will be highlighted by Brossoit in his breakout session. Communities using virtual reality are quickly becoming the "cool kids on the block" in economic development.
"I thought the PlaceVR tour was very good, and this technology and service will keep getting better. Golden Shovel is the early adopter in this economic development service, and good thing, too," said Gregg Wassmansdorf, Senior Managing Partner, Newmark Knight Frank.
Communities seeking to gain an edge in business attraction efforts will gain an edge using immersion video and the latest communication best practices.
KAED's conference is packed full of opportunities for economic development professionals looking to network and learn new communication strategies. For a full session agenda please visit the conference brochure.
The Association is incorporated and consists of more than 600 members that represent 355 unique companies. KAED's membership represents diverse professionals across the state who share a common interest in building and growing Kentucky. The organization is governed by a 13 member Board of Directors and managed by full time professional staff. KAED continues to work with the Cabinet for Economic Development and other state organizations that support economic development.