Local and national experts shared their views how COVID-19 and the pandemic have impacted the city and state at the Greater Oklahoma City Chamberís annual State of the Economy, presented by Arvest Bank.
Generation USA, an organization built to help close the skills gap present across the United States, is considering launching a program in Oklahoma City focused on information technology, customer service and back-office career training, hiring and long-term mentorship.
Read on for Burnsí thoughts on the current state of the hospitality industry and how we can expect it to rebound in the next few years.
The January 20 event will feature discussions on how 2020 changed OKC and industry leaders' expectations for 2021.
OKC had the 18th-lowest unemployment rate for large metros in the United States.
North Star Scientific (NSS) Corporation, a Hawaii-based company, has announced plans to expand to Oklahoma City. The company plans to start operations in January with approximately five employees and will ramp up to 40 jobs once its manufacturing site is fully operational.
Interview with Chamber's retail guru Tammy Fate: "Small businesses make up the fabric of our community"
Fate talks about the Chamber's Stand Tall, Shop Small for OKC campaign and more.