Recent ground-breaking discoveries made by Oklahoma City-based researchers have continued to help the city grow into a major player in the bioscience and technology marketplace.
"It is such a surprise to come back and see all the different restaurants and boutique shops and all the businesses that had popped up. And I think the Chamber was obviously a huge part of that, but it just was a nice surprise, because it's not what I was expecting to come back to."
Senator Jim Inhofe joined us Wednesday morning for our latest call aimed at getting members and businesses information they need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As residents and businesses throughout Greater Oklahoma City grapple with the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber remains committed to providing leadership and resources for its members and businesses throughout the region.
Whether you want craft beer or a new puzzle, you can still support local businesses during this unprecedented time.
The call featured Alliance for Economic Development of OKC President and CEO Cathy OíConnor, Cameron Brewer, vice president at Bancfirstís Commercial Capital Division and Kent Faison, president of the Commercial Capital Division at Bancfirst.
Apply online April 6-17 for Oklahoma Cityís Small Business Continuity Program COVID-19 disaster relief funds
The website is live now with information about qualifications and supporting documentation. Applications will be accepted April 6-17, with funds available beginning in early May.
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