Denver-based hotel booking company Hotel Engine expects to more than double its workforce next year by hiring 400 people, thanks partly to about $9 million in incentives from the state of Colorado. 

The Colorado Economic Development Commission last month approved more than $12 million in incentives to local companies. The largest beneficiary is Hotel Engine, which over the next eight years "expects to create 1,739 net new jobs at an annual average wage of $76,145," according to a state description of Hotel Engine's plans. These would be "sales, marketing, support, research and . . .

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