The June Chamber Forum panelists shared ways that OKC boosts the success of their businesses.
Oklahoma City’s approach to enforcing the face covering ordinance emphasizes education about how mask-wearing protects public health and keeps the economy moving by stopping the coronavirus.
To help employees or job seekers who need to pivot their skills to a new industry, Oklahoma’s expansive CareerTech system is already on the frontlines of helping retool and retrain Oklahoma’s workforce.
This fall, The University of Central Oklahoma will launch its Workforce Advantage program online through its UCO Downtown campus.
WalletHub compared all 50 states using 14 unique metrics to determine which states had the best health infrastructure for the Coronavirus.
2019 Metro 50 winner Clubhouse Trailers increased its workspace by almost 10,000 square feet so it can build out more trailers for marching bands across the U.S. The company is launching a smaller trailer this fall.
Last year a record 39 film and television productions took place in the state. The productions generated $75 million for the state economy.
Developed to help local businesses across the state overcome the economic challenges of COVID-19, OBRP offers vital funding for businesses that have suffered revenue loss due to the pandemic.