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.
Oklahoma City has seen its share of good coverage lately, with some impressive headlines and rankings from well-known sources.
Through Cage, the Oklahoma native is trying to help creative teams solve their biggest challenge and gain more of their most precious resource: time.
Near-term plans and programming look to continue the positive momentum built by area stakeholders as MAPS 4 projects begin to take shape over the longer term.
"As talent recruitment becomes more of a driver of business success, we know people from other markets may not be aware of what itís truly like to live in OKC and all the potential benefits it brings to a prospective employee, not to mention their family."
On April 22, one OKC-based entrepreneur will go home with $100,000 of seed money at the Rise of the Rest Road Trip event. Applications are due Feb. 24.
March's Enlighten will be Friday, March 6.