Dianne Primavera

Dianne Primavera, then a state representative from Westminster, debates in a committee in a previous session.

Lt. Gov. Dianne Primavera will join the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade to visit Australia and New Zealand later this month.

More Australian and New Zealand companies have been setting up shop in Colorado to expand business into the U.S., according to a Thursday release. The state attracts businesses due to its time zone, talented workforce, lower entry costs and lifestyle, it states.

“Colorado’s strengths have great appeal to Australian and New Zealand markets, and our message continues to advance diplomatic and business relations,” Primavera said in the release. “The Governor’s Office looks forward to traveling down under and exploring opportunities for continued partnership with our state.” 

Primavera and economic officials will be abroad Sept. 23-26.

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