Use the business mapping tool to get a clear picture of a region’s business environment. Identify industry clusters and locate customers, competitors, and suppliers.
Investors researching your region want to know more about the businesses that are already there. With this tool, users can map them out by industry sector and sub-sector, research competitors, suppliers, and emerging clusters.
Search and map businesses for cities, counties and regions by name, keyword, street address, industry or NAICS code, number of employees, or estimated range of revenue.
Map out industry sectors and sub-sectors. Toggle on full sectors or choose from individual sub-sectors. Click any dot on the map to see the individual business names and basic data.
Choose specific clusters to see them mapped out across your geography. Create custom clusters by combining sectors to see new and emerging areas of interest to investors.
Customize your Business Data Intelligence Components to automatically load on the page displaying one or more industry clusters. This is a great way to add interactive content to your website's Target Industry pages.
Feature just one industry cluster at a time with a customized Business Data Intelligence Component. Visitors can explore the data for this one industry by clicking on dots representing individual businesses, zoom in and out.
Automatically updated data means you never need to worry about your business and industry information on your website. GIS Planning does all of this automatically on your back end four times a year, so there is no downtime for your website and no extra effort required from your team.
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