StitchCrew will introduce Oklahoma City to its latest batch of companies at its Demo Day Thursday, Nov. 19 at 5 p.m.
The annual survey is designed to track entrepreneurship and startup development in OKC.
Launch Metro OKC, which went live on Aug. 12, was built to service every aspect of the entrepreneur ecosystem. Users can find everything from educational content, connections with mentors, community discussions, events calendars and a whole lot more.
Students spent 8 weeks learning computer coding, then showed off their new skills in a presentation on Friday. The Chamber is seeking a partner to help bring the camp to OKC again.
The Coltrane Group will use its $15,000 Wonder Grant from Trifecta Communications to create an augmented reality train ride to one of Oklahoma’s Black towns. Trifecta plans to have the experience ready for students by fall 2021.
OKC-based Spiers New Technologies keeps electric vehicles on road with pioneering battery remanufacturing services
“Remanufacturing sort of originated in Oklahoma, and it was with Fred Jones. So, in a way it’s interesting that we, pioneers in battery remanufacturing, also started in Oklahoma.”
2019 Metro 50 winner Clubhouse Trailers increased its workspace by almost 10,000 square feet so it can build out more trailers for marching bands across the U.S. The company is launching a smaller trailer this fall.
What impact could emerging technologies like augmented and virtual reality have on Oklahoma, if implemented in business, philanthropy and public sector work? It’s a question the Ronnie K. Irani Center for the Creation of Economic Wealth (I-CCEW) at the University of Oklahoma, and Oklahoma City based Trifecta Communications, want to answer.