Many upcoming Chamber events will shift to a virtual format, but some cancellations are necessary.
Oklahoma Blood Institute recently announced a need for convalescent plasma from donors who have recovered from COVID-19. The plasma can be used to treat the seriously ill.
Our web series features interviews with businesses and organizations doing cool things in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Starting August 4, Oklahoma City business owners and non-profits with 100 or fewer full time equivalent employees may go to okcSmallBizHelp.com to apply for COVID-19 disaster relief funds from the City of Oklahoma City’s Small Business Continuity Program.
At the August 19 Chamber Forum, we will look into how COVID-19 is impacting Oklahoma City's restaurants, food suppliers and retail establishments and how companies in those sectors are pivoting to continue to serve residents.
The online series is free and features live instructors giving short, interactive classes on topics relevant to the pandemic and remote working.
Nonprofit organizations that serve low- to moderate-income clients in OKC that are experiencing financial hardship related to the COVID-19 pandemic are eligible to apply for emergency relief grants through the City's Planning Department.
Speakers Michael Dickerson and Phil Maytubby provided some practical and timely tips for businesses that are reopening amid the ongoing pandemic.