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The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XIX
Chapter 288
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F.S. 288.911
288.911 Creation and implementation of a marketing and image campaign.
(1) Enterprise Florida, Inc., in collaboration with the private sector, shall create a marketing campaign to help attract, develop, and retain information technology businesses in this state. The campaign must be coordinated with any existing economic development promotion efforts in this state, and shall be jointly funded from private and public resources.
(2) The message of the campaign shall be to increase national and international awareness of this state as a state ideally suited for the successful advancement of the information technology business sector. Marketing strategies shall include development of promotional materials, Internet and print advertising, public relations and media placement, trade show attendance at information technology events, and appropriate followup activities. Efforts to promote this state as a high-technology business leader must include identification and coordination of existing business technology resources, partnerships with economic development organizations and private sector businesses, continued retention and growth of businesses based in this state that produce high-technology products or use high-technology skills for manufacturing, and recruitment of new business in such area.
History.s. 34, ch. 2000-164.
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