Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development
Hanwha Aerospace picked Cheshire, CT for its International Engines Business Headquarters to take advantage of the skilled workforce and close proximity to key customers.
Peter Denious, President and Chief Executive Officer, AdvanceCT, discusses foreign direct investment, why Millennials are flocking to Hartford, and Connecticut's new long-term economic development strategy.
The $283 million technology and innovation headquarters project is expected to create 330 jobs in West Hartford at the former UConn Campus.
PwC will invest $20 million on the expansion, which includes establishing Stamford, CT as the headquarters for its Insourced Solutions for Tax (IST) division.
The company will retain and grow its workforce to more than 13,000 jobs over the next 17 years, with help from up to $63 million in state incentives.
The global IT company will invest $20.6 million in a new technology and innovation hub in Hartford, CT with help from the state's First Five Plus Program.
The tech company will invest $26.5 million to expand its Stamford, CT offices, with help from a $7 million low-interest loan from the state.
The Arkansas-based company will lease a 90,000-square-foot facility in Windsor, CT, where it will create approximately 361 new jobs over the next four years.
With the help of the state’s First Five Plus program, the laundry, home and beauty care company will relocate its consumer goods headquarters from Arizona to Stamford, CT.
Protein Sciences' expansion will take advantage of a local workforce experienced in biopharmaceutical research, development and manufacturing. Dec 3, 2012 @ 11:05 AM