VF Corporation Eyes Denver, Colorado, for Global Headquarters
According to Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation, the headquarters relocation will bring upwards of 800 new jobs to the region. The company is working to finalize its real estate plans for the new global headquarters in Colorado.
Working in collaboration with the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, the Metro Denver EDC worked with VF Corporation and their site selection team to showcase the region’s competitive workforce, business ecosystem, and connectivity through Denver International Airport and FasTracks, Metro Denver officials said.
“VF Corporation’s announcement today shows that our investment in regional collaboration, a highly skilled workforce, domestic and international connectivity, and creating a vibrant business environment attract global companies to invest in the Metro Denver region,” said J. J. Ament, CEO of the Metro Denver EDC. “A strong business environment combined with an outstanding quality of life make the Metro Denver region the ideal location for global companies like VF Corporation to expand.”
“Colorado is proud to become global home of VF Corporation, one of the world’s leading lifestyle brands with universal appeal. The company’s commitment to thought leadership, environmental stewardship, social responsibility, and economic impact make VF Corporation a true partner for Colorado’s continued economic success,” said Stephanie Copeland, Executive Director of OEDIT.
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