Join us September 24 at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum for one of Greater OKC's most prestigious events as the winners are revealed by Mayor David Holt.
More than 300 interns from member companies recently came together for a multi-week program to learn from some of OKCís best and brightest about themselves, others, and what it takes to succeed (and maybe a few reasons why they should stay in OKC after graduation).
Right now every city in America, big and small, is looking for the same exact thing. Every community is hoping the next Facebook, Google or Amazon is starting up in a garage or co-working space just a couple of blocks away.
The Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) recently accepted the company's proposal to acquire and redevelop the armory, which includes restoring the building and creating a unique brewery, hotel and restaurant experience.
The OKBio delegation set a record for meetings at the annual BIO International convention.
The Chamber is taking steps to explore offering health care plans for its small-business members with the goal to offer coverage as early as Jan. 1, 2019.
For U.S. cities looking to become the next big tech hub, it's not enough to just recruit eager entrepreneurs.
Members of the Chamber's Marketing & Communications staff took some time to test, taste, rate and give slushy sommelier notes on Sonicís special (and quite literally ice-cold) summertime lineup.