The Chamber's InterCity Visit to Columbus, Ohio, highlighted the ways that Oklahoma City can learn from Columbus's model of growth and success.
Much like Oklahoma City, Columbus has its own story of revival and reinvestment.
Since late 2015, the Chamber’s Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Reform Task Force has led the call for smart and safe criminal justice reform on local and statewide levels.
The City of Oklahoma City has earned national recognition for its efforts to promote solar energy.
Oklahoma City residents are more satisfied with their community than most Americans who live in big cities.
In early 2017, M-D Building Products was awarded funds from Oklahoma City's Strategic Investment Program, which will help them invest $11.8 million in infrastructure improvements and add 105 jobs to their Oklahoma City plant.
Because of the availability of funds from Oklahoma City’s Strategic Investment Program, MedXM will aim to provide 400 full-time jobs over the course of five years in the Oklahoma City community.
The Boeing Company’s presence in Oklahoma City has grown to more than 2,500 total employees with an annual payroll of more than $200 million.