What impact could emerging technologies like augmented and virtual reality have on Oklahoma, if implemented in business, philanthropy and public sector work? Itís a question the Ronnie K. Irani Center for the Creation of Economic Wealth (I-CCEW) at the University of Oklahoma, and Oklahoma City based Trifecta Communications, want to answer.
Aevus Precision Diagnostics founded as OKC company because of cityís low-cost, business friendly environment
Oklahoma City made its introduction to the co-founders of Aevus Precision Diagnostics through a magazineís list of top U.S. cities in which to start a business.
Recently, the Thunder Launchpad fueled by MidFirst Bank virtually hosted its fifth cohort of founders to present their businesses at Demo Day. In partnership with StitchCrew, the livestream event featured keynote speaker Amy Brooks, Chief Innovation Officer at the NBA.
The program, launched last year, provides entrepreneurs who are accepted with a long-term team of seasoned mentoring executives who help them with advice across a broad range of business activity. Applications are due June 23.
Student entrepreneurs from college campuses across Oklahoma pitched winning business plans online to virtual panels of judges in the recent Loveís Entrepreneurís Cup competition that awarded $158,000 in cash prizes and scholarships.
A new office concept in northwest Oklahoma City is drawing attention from local entrepreneurs.
The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber will continue its programming to support businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic with a Tele-Town Hall on Friday, April 3, at 10 a.m.
Data can give a company that needed edge to survive in trying times. That is especially true now, as businesses are facing challenges they never dreamed of facing even months ago.