Visa to add jobs, expand presence in Colorado

By: AP
By: AP
Gov. John Hickenlooper says Visa Inc. plans to expand its Global Technology Center in Douglas County, creating hundreds of new jobs.

AP

Gov. John Hickenlooper says Visa Inc. plans to expand its Global Technology Center in Douglas County, creating hundreds of new jobs.

The Denver Post reports Visa could receive nearly $5.7 million under Colorado's job growth incentive tax credit for creating up to 406 new, high-paying IT, financial, and client support jobs over the next five years.

Visa anticipates leasing 66,000 square feet of new space and making a $9 million capital investment to accommodate the new hires.

The company reported it had about 8,500 employees worldwide as of September. State officials say that includes 700 people in Colorado.


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