Washington State is looking for a Web Agency to Develop their Investor Relation Website (*Est. $20,000 – $35,000 Budget)

Washington State is looking for a Web Agency to Develop their Investor Relation Website (*Est. $20,000 – $35,000 Budget)

Objective: Develop a responsive corporate-style investor website for the Washington State Housing Finance Commission (WSHFC) with virtual investor roadshow capabilities.


  1. Corporate-style design with user-friendly interface.
  2. Virtual roadshows to engage potential investors.
  3. Multiple investor websites linking.
  4. Bond offering promotion and details.
  5. Investor engagement tracking and analytics.
  6. Document management repository for bond-related files.
  7. Direct uploads to Municipal Security Rulemaking Board.
  8. Seamless link to WSHFC’s site for bond information.
  9. Electronic document assembly for printing.
  10. Current bondholder details.

Note: Website must cater to WSHFC’s IT needs and comply with their data requirements.

See PDF for full details of this project:

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* Budget Disclaimer: Some clients do not provide a clear budget, so to save you time, these projects have been estimated to the best of our ability based on project scope & other factors. These estimates are likely within range 80% of the time. However, determining an accurate budget will require due diligence, analysis, scoping and estimating.

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