The NCAA has chosen Oklahoma City as the host destination for the 2026 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball First and Second Rounds. This collective effort will bring in an economic impact of $8.2 million and showcase Oklahoma City to national audiences.
The Chamber has created a fully digital experience just for you with a half day of programming to inspire your professional growth as Elevate returns for its second year on Nov. 12..
Marci Rossell is an expert economic forecaster and former chief economist for CNBC and co-host of Squawk Box.
Attend the October Enlighten to understand how emotional triggers - situations that evoke strong feelings of shame, guilt, sadness, or envy - impact your perceptions of the world around you, and how understanding these better can help you become a better leader.
October's online Chamber Forum will delve into the growth of Oklahoma as a destination for film and television production.
Elevate, the Chamberís professional development event, is back on Thursday, Nov. 12, with the perfect opportunity to invest in your career skills before the year concludes.
At the September 11 Enlighten online event, attendees will have the chance to hear from the leaders of the START Coalition, a group working to build COVID-safe communities starting with Oklahoma City.
The September Chamber forum, to be held virtually Wednesday, Sept. 16, will highlight issues around the medical marijuana industry in Oklahoma City.