Oklahoma City’s pioneering spirit shows up in the futuristic achievements of the region’s biotech industry. From its foundations until today, see how synergy, discovery and sharing Oklahoma City’s bioscience industry with the world has made the region a frontier for achievement.
Creative Oklahoma named Meloyde Blancett as its executive director earlier this year. Blancett discusses the organization and what she'd like to see it do.
OSCO Controls is getting more room to grow and add more jobs with its new space at 7100 SW 44th St.
Weidner Properties spent $23.5 million on the 216-unit Quail Landing apartment community, 14200 N. May Ave. This is Weidner’s second purchase this year. "I think its important that people understand how critical MAPS is to bringing outside investment into Oklahoma City.”
The 100 new jobs at Pratt & Whitney are likely the beginning of aviation-related announcements in 2019 and into 2020.
The CVB has an array of free services it can provide to help residents recruit meetings and conventions to OKC.
With the recent American Airlines announcement that non-stop service to Miami from OKC begins later this year, 24 destination cities now have such flights.
“We're creating clusters around companies like bioscience, aerospace and defense, energy, and we have a really robust economy. There’s a lot more activity, whether it's venture capital investments, accelerator and incubator programs or things that make it easier for entrepreneurs to grow."