“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."
When SYNQ3 Restaurant Solutions opened their Oklahoma City branch in October 2018, the CEO, Steve Bigari, projected that the company would hire 300 OKC-based telecommute employees in 2019.
The U.S. Small Business Administration's Office of Advocacy is hosting a regional roundtable discussion in OKC on regulatory reform to get feedback on regulatory burdens from small business leaders.
The recently released 2018 State Ranking of Worker Compensation Premium Costs showed Oklahoma has improved its workers’ compensation premiums by 20 places out of the 51 states and territories measured since 2010.
Like OKC in general, April is a busy month for conventions and events that draw out-of-town visitors here.
Creative Oklahoma has chosen five promising entrepreneurs to be the first included in its inaugural Oklahoma Entrepreneur Mentorship Program (OKEMP), an initiative licensed from and modeled after the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Venture Mentoring Service.
Here's a quick rundown of the current situation and what it may mean for employers and employees.
The deadline for submitting an application for the Inc. 5000, a national platform for recognizing the growth of privately-held local startups and small businesses, is May 3.