DENVER - Today Governor Jared Polis celebrates the announcement that Fidelity Investments plans to hire 375 new employees based in Colorado as part of the financial services corporation’s goal to bring on 4,000 additional employees over the next six months.
Expansion or Relocation
DENVER - Governor Polis and Colorado’s Office of Economic Development and International Trade announced today that Slang Worldwide, a cannabis consumer-packaged-goods company has selected Colorado for its expanded production.
Colorado company awarded state incentives for hundreds of new in-state jobs
DENVER — The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) announced today that INFOCU5 (pronounced “in focus”) will relocate its Pasadena, California-based operations to Grand Junction. This move, combined with its expansion plan, will add 403 net new jobs to the state, 171 of which will be location-neutral and available throughout rural Colorado.
Manufacturing project positioned to accelerate Colorado bioscience employment and innovation
DENVER – The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) today announced that AGC Biologics has acquired an existing 300,000 square foot facility in Boulder which they will transform into a new manufacturing facility that will bring 280 new jobs to Colorado.
AGC is finalizing the purchase of a facility previously owned by the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca which closed the site in January 2019 to consolidate operations.
Global tech leader plans for 250 new Colorado jobs
DENVER - The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) announced today that Emerson has selected Boulder, Colorado for its new, 180,000-square-foot expansion project. The $100M investment, including a new innovation center, will support 250 new jobs over the coming years.
Global health tech company’s new Aurora facility bringing at least 100 new jobs to Colorado’s thriving bioscience industry
The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade today announced that Washington-based Canfield Bikes has selected Fruita, Colorado for its new headquarters.
Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade Welcomes Salesforce’s Colorado Expansion
The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade today announced that Salesforce, the global leader in Customer Relationship Management (CRM), will be unveiling a new office at the 17th Street Plaza in Denver, expanding the company’s presence in Colorado since the company first opened its doors locally in 2013.
Kiewit, one of the largest construction and engineering companies in North America, has chosen Lone Tree, Colorado as the site for their new regional office.
Located adjacent to The Sky Ridge Light Rail Station in Douglas County, the new Kiewit campus will house 1,100 employees including approximately 200 planned new hires over the next year.