For U.S. cities looking to become the next big tech hub, it's not enough to just recruit eager entrepreneurs.
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.
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.
The new service provides more connecting options to the Northeast and to Trans-Atlantic destinations.
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.
Scientists, business leaders, educators and economic development officers from across the state are taking the best of Oklahoma bioscience to Boston in order to garner interest in one of Oklahoma’s fastest-growing industry segments.