Clinical trials, NCI designation make Stephenson an economic driver for OKC in addition to improving our health.
Sometimes the numbers surprise even the most knowledgeable of Oklahoma City insiders: more than 230 aerospace firms employing more than 36,600 workers are located in our metro, producing $4.9 billion in goods and services each year.
The award is part of the Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) program, which helps junior scientists establish independent research programs. With funding from the grant, Oklahoma scientists will study a broad range of human diseases.
The new Dr. J.P. (Jack) London SSC is expected to eventually employ 550.
Sweeping changes in the new tax reform law could impact small and mid-sized companies. What can you do now to prepare?
As part of the ongoing effort to strengthen businesses in Greater Oklahoma City, the Chamber is launching a new suite of programs called Business University to specifically address the needs of small businesses.
The hospitality industry is a major player in the overall health of the statewide and local economies, and the growth of that industry shows no signs of slowing down.