CAN DO has launched a redesigned website at www.hazletoncando.com.
The site includes information for the Hazleton community as well as real estate professionals considering Greater Hazleton as a location for their business. It features property search capabilities, park maps and community and demographic information. Visitors can also learn more about the various industry clusters in CAN DO parks and Greater Hazleton, including the food service industry, plastics industry, distribution and logistics cluster and back office/business continuity cluster.
There are also pages of useful data about the local workforce, education and training programs and transportation and infrastructure resources.
The site includes a section on incentive programs such as the Keystone Opportunity Zone (KOZ) program; a section about CAN DO’s Energy Solutions services, which help industries and businesses become more energy efficient and initiate renewable energy programs; and entrepreneurial resources, including links to venture capital groups and angel investors.
The new website includes additional information related to CAN DO’s parks, such as details about the parks’ infrastructure, park maps and a featured property page. The site includes an information center with downloads available on specific items pertaining to the park. Site users can register and gain access to more detailed demographic and statistical information.
The site will be updated frequently with featured property and newly available property, the latest financial incentives and news about CAN DO. Visitors will also be able to learn about CAN DO’s history and the awards the organization has received since its founding more than 50 years ago.
CAN DO Vice President of Sales and Marketing Joseph Lettiere said, “We think visitors to our new site will find it to be easier to navigate, easier to read and more informative than ever before. As we work to bring more businesses and jobs to Greater Hazleton, our new website and the information it contains will be valuable marketing tools.”