New High Tech Jobs: Polis Administration Announces Scythe Robotics Expansion in Colorado

DENVER – Today, Governor Polis and the Global Business Development Division of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) announced that Scythe Robotics, a producer of advanced, commercial-grade autonomous solutions for the landscape industry, has selected Longmont, Colorado for expansion. The company has expanded its Boulder County headquarters and manufacturing facility to meet growing demand for its all electric, fully autonomous commercial mower.

OEDIT Chief Economic Recovery Officer Announces New Staff Assignments to Support State Deployment of American Rescue Plan Funding

DENVER - The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) Executive Director and Chief Economic Recovery Officer, Patrick Meyers, has announced key OEDIT promotions to further support the State’s economic recovery and aid the deployment of federal funding throughout the state. 

Industry Innovator Strive Health Selects Colorado for Headquarters Expansion

DENVER — Strive Health has selected Colorado for its long-term headquarters expansion. The Denver-based startup has grown its employee base by more than 600% in the last year and today’s announcement includes the addition of 250 new Colorado jobs that support the company’s expansion in roles that include clinical, technical, data management, operations, and strategy.

Fluid Truck Drives Explosive Growth with Nearly 1,500 New Colorado Jobs

DENVER -- Fluid Truck, the Colorado-based software-enabled peer-to-peer truck-sharing platform, has announced Colorado will remain its home as the company significantly expands its headquarters by 1,483 new jobs. The industry disruptor, committed to providing the vehicle you need when you need it, has found that Colorado offers everything it needs to fuel its record company growth.  

NextWorld Announces Colorado Headquarters Expansion

DENVER – Governor Polis and the Office of Economic Development and International Trade announced today that Nextworld, the Colorado-based enterprise software pioneer, plans to expand its Greenwood Village headquarters. The multifaceted Nextworld project includes a substantial investment in an expanded Greenwood Village campus that will serve as the hub for more than 300 new Colorado jobs. 

EVRAZ Board Approves $500 Million Pueblo Expansion

OEDIT economic incentives spur hundreds of new Pueblo jobs

Denver, CO (August 13, 2020) – The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) has received notification that a half billion dollar manufacturing project has received corporate approval to proceed. The August 6th EVRAZ Board of Directors vote affirmed their intent to proceed with the planned Pueblo Plant Project expansion. The manufacturing expansion will be accompanied by a $250 million 240-megawatt solar facility developed in partnership with Xcel Energy and Lightsource BP.

INFOCU5 Adds 400 Colorado Jobs; Moves Out-of-State Operations to Grand Junction

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. 

AGC Biologics’ $100M Infusion Revitalizes Dormant Boulder Facility

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.