The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber helped facilitate the City’s participation via the National League of Cities’ City Innovation Ecosystems program.
Supporting locally-owned stores is always important, but this year – of all years – getting out and spending your money in neighborhood shops is crucial.
This year’s Small Business Saturday is an important part of the holiday season for small merchants and other businesses as they work to recover from the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber is encouraging residents to take pride in their community and rally together to save small businesses during the upcoming holiday season.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to take center stage, we have focused on ways in which we can best serve customers in this challenging environment and also identify areas of opportunity that consumers should be looking for from their banks.
Oklahoma County has launched a new program to provide support for businesses and nonprofits impacted by COVID-19. The goal of this new program is to quickly put funding into the hands of small business owners and nonprofits to provide stabilization and help retain jobs in central Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma Safety Council (OSC) has announced Oklahoma-based Manhattan Construction Company as its 2020 Pinnacle Safety Award winner.