To kick off the 2019 Chamber Forum series, weíll be dedicating this first forum to discussing opportunity zones in OKC.
According to Dr. Will Roper, the skyís the limit for OKCís aerospace sector.
Itís tough to argue with the success and explosive growth of OKCís craft brewing scene as of late, and donít think we here at VeloCityOKC HQ havenít noticed. With all the new offerings ďon tap,Ē so to speak, we thought our readers might enjoy a look inside the goings-on of one of Oklahoma Cityís most successful craft breweries.
The free event is open to all veterans, transitioning military personnel, National Guard members, Reserve members and spouses.
Join us as a panel of Republican and Democrat leadership discuss current legislative issues that affect local businesses.
Last month, Sen. Jim Inhofe announced that Oklahoma City is a recipient of a $14.3 million federal BUILD grant to implement bus rapid transit (BRT) along Northwest Expressway and North Classen Boulevard. The funds will help connect businesses and residents near the eight-mile segment to the core of Oklahoma City, including other EMBARK routes and the newly opened Oklahoma City Streetcar.
Chamber Chair Percy Kirk, Cox Communications, sat down with members of The POINT! editorial team to discuss the challenges and opportunities he sees on the horizon and what he hopes to bring to his role.