OK2030 regional forum highlights vision plan for state
Oklahoma has incredible people and resources, yet the state still ranks near the middle or bottom on national measures for economic indicators, education and health. To address the core issues that are holding Oklahoma back, the Oklahoma State Chamber created the OK2030 plan, a strategic vision plan to improve Oklahoma’s economy, workforce, business climate and overall quality of life. The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber supports the OK2030 plan and its policy recommendations that position Oklahoma for long-term success.
As part of OK2030, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber is partnering with the State Chamber’s Research Foundation for a regional forum in Oklahoma City on Oct. 23 from 4 to 6 p.m. at Oklahoma History Center. Join other Oklahoma City business and community leaders in learning about the progress made so far on OK2030 and share your input on what to focus on next. There is no cost to attend.