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New Job Opportunities for Tech, Consumer Goods Companies

The United States government is anticipating new Job Opportunities due to the Colorado Economic Development Commission granting millions of dollars of tax incentives. The Job Opportunities are strictly monitored and performance-based. The companies are eyeing Broomfield and Boulder counties for expansion.

It is the commission’s routine practice not to reveal the identity of the companies that the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade is recruiting after the incentives are accepted.

The region also sees the potential entry of another firm in the booming electric-vehicle battery space collaborating with players such as Lightning eMotors Inc., and Solid Power Inc. accepting the pseudonym of Project 14er.

This company is focused in the regions of Louisville to establish a research and development facility that will develop batteries with a portfolio strong enough to compete with electric vehicle giants such as Tesla, said Michelle Hadwiger, OEDIT deputy director of the global business development.

The Economic Development Commission sanctioned Project 14er for over $4.6 million in tax credits for more than eight years dealing in exchange for the development of 188 new jobs at an average annual salary of $97,819.

Project Windward, a Colorado-based consumer goods company, is witnessing tremendous growth and now aims to establish a new digital commerce team to enhance the company’s online retail sales expansion, according to Hadwiger.

For this, the commission granted more than $12.5 million as tax incentives in exchange for the project to create 625 jobs.

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