DENVER – Melio, a leading business-to-business payments platform in the U.S. for small businesses, has selected Colorado for its western U.S. headquarters and plans to begin recruiting for 250 new jobs in the state. The global payments company headquartered in New York and founded in Israel, chose Colorado for its centralized location, convenient access to domestic and global markets and its perennial talent attraction.
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DENVER – Finder, an Australian fintech company that provides users with an app-based financial comparison tool for making decisions about personal purchases, has selected Colorado as its second US hub. Finder’s new greater Denver area hub, which will be leveraged as they scale up, will house 198 net new jobs that include product managers, software engineers, and app developers.
DENVER — FileInvite, a New Zealand software as a service (SaaS) technology company, has announced Colorado as the site of their US headquarters, bringing more than 140 new jobs with them to the state.
“In addition to 140 good-paying new jobs to Colorado, FileInvite brings a spotlight of global awareness to Colorado’s technology sector,” said Governor Jared Polis. “We are the best location for companies from across the world seeking to invest and grow in the US market and we welcome Fileinvite to our great state.”
DENVER -- Datadog, Inc. (NASDAQ: DDOG), the monitoring and security platform for cloud applications, has chosen Denver as its new Western US office hub. This expansion will facilitate Datadog to add more than 400 high-quality new jobs to Colorado’s vibrant technology and information center.
In early 2020, Pax8, a homegrown cloud distribution technology company based in Greenwood Village, Colorado, developed an initiative that would expand its workforce to rural areas of Colorado. The goal was to create a positive social impact in the state while also growing the company's diversity. By increasing its recruiting efforts outside of Denver, Pax8 hoped to attract people with different backgrounds and experiences, driving the progression of Pax8's diversity-driven culture.
DENVER -- Square Comp, an early-stage, Indian technology company, has announced Fort Collins, Colorado as the home of its new US headquarters. They first became acquainted with Colorado during Governor Polis’s trade mission to India in November 2019.
Denver Expansion Office Begins Recruitment of 100 New Tech Employees
DENVER – Governor Jared Polis and the Office of Economic Development and International Trade announced today that VIZIO (NYSE: VZIO), the American-based television innovator, has selected Denver as home for its new tech innovation office. VIZIO’s latest domestic expansion will add more than 100 new Colorado-based tech career opportunities to the company’s new Denver operations.
13 Colorado companies will virtually attend the largest international advanced manufacturing trade show
DENVER -- The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) and 13 Colorado companies will virtually attend Hannover Messe, the world’s largest advanced manufacturing trade show from April 12 to 16, 2021.
More than 5,500 exhibitors and 20,000 visitors are expected at the trade show representing industrial innovation with new technologies in a variety of sectors.
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.