Amazon is putting a fulfillment center in OKC. This fulfillment center will create 1500+ jobs (including 50+ managerial jobs) and should be up and running by the end of 2019.
The cityís hotel tax collections were up 8.5 percent for the third fiscal quarter ended March 31 compared with the previous yearís quarter and 7.4 percent for the first nine months of the fiscal year, according to the Oklahoma City Treasurerís Department.
In 2018, Oklahoma City metro job growth is expected to grow by 1.4 percent, or 9,100 jobs.
The Chamberís Forward Oklahoma City program, now in its fifth cycle of programming specific to Oklahoma Cityís current business climate and long-term needs, is wrapping up another successful year of investing in Oklahoma Cityís future.
Apartment List graded the 75 top U.S. metros in three major categories: jobs, affordability and livability.
The Oklahoma City CVBís fiscal 2017 work in tourism promotion led to a year-end projected direct spending of over $333.5 million in current and future business.
In FY17, Chamber-assisted existing companies added 1,047 jobs to the Oklahoma City economy, with new capital investments totaling $31,945,000.