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DigitalGlobe, Terumo BCT and Sympoz growth to bring nearly 1,000 new jobs

Kathleen Lavine | Denver Business Journal

John Levisay, CEO, and Josh Scott, vice president of product, co-founded Sympoz, parent company of Craftsy, a virtual school for crafting enthusiasts

Denver Business Journal, June 13 -Three technology companies expect to create 991 jobs in the Denver area during the next five years and may receive a combined $8.2 million in state tax incentives for the growth.

DigitalGlobe, the Longmont-based satellite imaging company; Terumo BCT, a Lakewood-based medical device maker; and Sympoz, Denver online software company behind the instructional video website Craftsy, all received Colorado Economic Development Commission approval for tax incentives Thursday.

DigitalGlobe may receive as much as $4.36 million off its corporate income taxes during next five years if it creates all 435 jobs it projects adding in northern metro area and that are eligible for incentives.

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