Promoting both the momentum and the growth of the aerospace industry has been a top priority of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber for many years.
2020 OK Legislative Session wrap-up: Chamber achieves legislative priorities during historic session
The 2020 Legislative Session, after being severely impacted by the COVID-19 global health pandemic, will officially adjourn Sine Die on Friday, May 29. In retrospect, the session can be viewed as occurring in three distinct phases.
Opportunity zones represent a new way to invest in the Oklahoma City renaissance. The website www.okcopportunityzones.com has been unveiled to market OKC's opportunity zones to potential projects, businesses and investors.
Oklahoma businesses are now able to compete with neighboring states.
Oklahoma Secretary of Commerce and Workforce Development Sean Kouplen and Executive Director of the Oklahoma Dept. Of Commerce Brent Kisling joined Chamber President Roy Williams to discuss the state's approach to economic development under the new Stitt administration at the April Chamber Forum.
HB 2759, legislation to address an extensive statewide shortage of qualified software and cybersecurity engineers, has been sent to the Governor.
This edition of the OKC Business Advocate discusses legislative activity on guns, a software/cyber engineering incentive, government reform, workersí compensation and medical marijuana.