The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber announced today that Michael R. Burns, the current Vice President of Sales for the Oklahoma City Convention and Visitors Bureau, will serve as its Interim President following the retirement of Mike Carrier on Wednesday, Sept. 30.
The OKC Convention and Visitors Bureau recently honored several Oklahomans and organizations at their 11th annual Hometown Heroes Awards.
In 2004, Oklahoma was ranked 49th in the nation for highway bridge conditions.
Students spent 8 weeks learning computer coding, then showed off their new skills in a presentation on Friday. The Chamber is seeking a partner to help bring the camp to OKC again.
The Coltrane Group will use its $15,000 Wonder Grant from Trifecta Communications to create an augmented reality train ride to one of Oklahoma’s Black towns. Trifecta plans to have the experience ready for students by fall 2021.
OKC-based Spiers New Technologies keeps electric vehicles on road with pioneering battery remanufacturing services
“Remanufacturing sort of originated in Oklahoma, and it was with Fred Jones. So, in a way it’s interesting that we, pioneers in battery remanufacturing, also started in Oklahoma.”
The UAS Tech Forum, Sept. 9 and 10, will bring together business owners, public officials, entrepreneurs and more unmanned aerial industry stakeholders.
Starting Aug. 27, owners and operators of live performance venues in Oklahoma City may go to okcSmallBizHelp.com to apply for COVID-19 disaster relief funds from the City of Oklahoma City’s Small Business Continuity Program.