Learn about economic development in OK from Sean Kouplen (Oklahoma Secretary of Commerce and Workforce Development) and Brent Kisling (Executive Director, Oklahoma Department of Commerce) at our April Chamber Forum.
In honor of Mom and Pop Business Owners Day, here are some free online tools available through the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber and others that can help your small business take the next step.
Hear from Ashley Colston, vice president and commercial lending credit administrator with Arvest Bank, about what steps to take to become bankable.
The all-day live experience will be April 5 at Tower Theater. The application deadline to attend is March 22.
As a professional, maybe meeting other people in the business community is your very reason for being, or (more likely) you’re one of those that breaks out into a cold sweat and/or hives upon simply hearing the term “networking.”
Enlighten, a lunch-and-learn event that is part of the Business University suite of programming, will provide small business networking and education resources exclusively to Chamber member businesses.
“The meetings consist of other entrepreneurs, investors, people like me who represent organizations who want to help foster a healthy entrepreneurial climate and really anyone from the community who is interested in innovation.”
While energy jobs are important to our local economy, most newcomers (and even some longtime residents) are shocked to learn that energy jobs make up only 3.5 percent of Oklahoma City’s employment base.