Kyndle Wins Statebook “Best of Kentucky” Microsite Award

StateBook International announced at the November Kentucky Association for Economic Developers (KAED) Conference that Kyndle was selected out of 39 other active microsite as the winner of the “Best of Kentucky” Microsite.

StateBook is the first online marketplace for site selection and economic growth and development. Site consultants have the capability to search for everything from demographics, taxes and utility costs to quality of life data like museums and golf courses.

"We appreciate the recognition we've received from StateBook. Our StateBook microsite is a valuable tool that we utilize to recruit new industry to our region." Donna Crooks, Kyndle V.P. of Economic Development.

Microsites were judged on appearance, content and completion. Since winning the award Kyndle will be featured in upcoming StateBook webinars and tutorials with site selectors as well as recognized in exclusive newsletters and social media posts. Microsites are mini websites that allow economic development agencies to upload community information, photos and more to communicate the unique benefits of their region. Since winning the award Kyndle will also be entered into StateBook’s “Best of America” microsite award contest.

Kyndle -- the Kentucky Network for Development, Leadership and Engagement - provides economic development and industrial recruitment leadership for the citizens, businesses and governments of Henderson, McLean, Union and Webster counties in northwestern Kentucky. It also serves as the chamber of commerce for Henderson County while supporting the efforts of chambers in McLean, Union and Webster counties.

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Kyndle would like to thank The Gleaner and Union County First for the use of images throughout this site.