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The health information technology company will receive a $6 million loan from the state that will be used for the purchase of machinery and equipment, capital improvements, and the creation of 408 jobs.
State lawmakers said the logo will encourage consumers to buy local, and in turn help support jobs.
Thirteen companies – including several in Fairfield County – have committed to growing 1,594 new jobs and retaining 2,949 employees across the state.
Since 2012, Connecticut has invested over $220 million in brownfield redevelopment, resulting in the creation of more than 3,000 permanent jobs and over 15,000 construction jobs in the state.
Henkel said it is working “fast and furious” to complete the relocation of its North American headquarters from Scottsdale, Arizona to Stamford, with plans to move in by the end of the summer.
$4 million is being allocated for remediation projects and $1 million is set aside for assessment projects.
Crius Energy, moving from Stamford to Norwalk, is receiving up to $10 million to stay in the state, with the company promising the addition of 225 jobs over the next four years.
The Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) and Hartford’s Connecticut Green Bank have announced “Energy on the Line,” a program that offers...
CTvisit.com provides information on more than 4,000 places to visit, stay and eat in the state, along with listings of vacation deals and events.
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