The OKBio delegation set a record for meetings at the annual BIO International convention.
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.
For U.S. cities looking to become the next big tech hub, it's not enough to just recruit eager entrepreneurs.
Every year, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber organizes a delegation of Oklahoma companies, established and new, to attend the BIO International Convention.
For one Oklahoman among in the OKBio group here this week, the AbbVie name has a special connection.
Scientists and company representatives from around the world have flocked to the Oklahoma exhibition space for multiple one-on-one partnering meetings throughout each day.
Craig Shimasaki commanded the attention of an audience of biotech investors and industry onlookers here Tuesday as he pitched the potential of Oklahoma City's Moleculera Labs.
Not only does OKC have the big-name tech companies like WeGoLook, Spiers New Technologies, Paycom and more to show for it, but also signs show that the tech cluster is here to stay.