The Oklahoma Standard prepares us to help each other in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic.
We at the Chamber, alongside our many partners involved in the economic development process and profession, remain focused on the type of economic diversification that can help improve our metro’s relative exposure to cyclical downturns inherent in many industries.
Census day is April 1. Don't forget to participate!
A challenge for making Oklahoma City a better place to live and grow a business.
As 2019 winds down, it’s always a good idea to reflect on the past year before launching into all that awaits the Oklahoma City metro in 2020.
Oklahoma City’s willingness to invest in itself has been a hallmark of previous MAPS initiatives.
Non-stop markets are important and open the gates to new business opportunities.