Oklahoma businesses are now able to compete with neighboring states.
It was another successful Legislative Session for the Chamber and its partners.
Councilman Greenwell recently took the time to sit down with VeloCity to talk a bit about his background, his experience on the Council, commuting via bike and bus, and his thoughts on OKC in general.
When Gov. Kevin Stitt signed House Bill 2423 into law earlier this month, a new-to-Oklahoma class of incorporation was created, called a “benefit corporation.” The legislation takes effect in December.
The three newest members of the Oklahoma City Council took the stage at April's Chamber Forum, discussing topics ranging from why they ran for office to what they most like about OKC to their vision for the city’s future.
More than 60 members of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber traveled to D.C. recently to meet with members of OK’s Congressional delegation, leaders from the Pentagon and the administration. Topics ranged from the budget to defense, immigration and more.
Cole shared his perspective on how decisions made in our nation’s capital could impact Oklahoma City.
Gov. Stitt covered a wide range of topics at his first Chairman's Breakfast event last month.