News & Updates

2019 Oklahoman Top Workplace

Monday, June 17, 2019

It is time to nominate your company for the 2019 Oklahoman Top Workplace.

Help ‘Supply Our Schools’: Feed the Children Seeks Support from Businesses across Oklahoma

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Feed the Children is asking businesses throughout Oklahoma to sign up to gather school supplies for the nonprofit’s Teacher Store during its Supply Our Schools (S.O.S.) initiative.

OKC promotes aerospace industry in Paris

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Not long after the Wright Brothers changed history with their first flight in 1903, the Paris Air Show has been the center of the aviation world every other summer. First held in 1909, the Paris Air Show is the largest aerospace exhibition in the world. Like years past, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber will head to Paris from June 17 to 23 as part of an

Upcoming special election set for amendments to OKC Charter, ONG franchise agreement

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Oklahoma City residents will have the opportunity to vote in an upcoming special election with two ballot items, one that would amend the Oklahoma City Charter and another that would change the ONG franchise agreement. The election is set for Tuesday, July 9. Read the full story on VeloCityOKC.

Legislative Session wrap-up

Thursday, June 6, 2019

The 2019 Legislative Session began with a bang, with the Legislature immediately focusing its attention on passing legislation to authorize the carrying of firearms (open and concealed) without a permit in the Oklahoma. In 2018, similar legislation was passed by the Legislature, but vetoed by Gov. Fallin. With the election of Gov. Kevin Stitt (who

Reminder: the first InternOKC session is in a week

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Calling all employers and their interns: there’s only one week left until this year’s first InternOKC session. If you haven’t already registered, now would be a good time to do so! This three-week program gives your intern(s) a chance to meet and network with other interns from companies around Oklahoma City. They will learn valuable tools

Crowd Thrilled to Hear Mobster's Story

Monday, June 3, 2019

Over 1100 business leaders from Oklahoma City and the extended metro area, plus Tulsa and Enid came together with the purpose to pray for our city, state, nation and our businesses, plus hear an intriguing talk from Michael Franzese, a former high ranking official of a major crime family, who was thrown in jail, but miraculously changed his heart from violence and crime, to humble redemption and faith.  Governor Kevin Stitt, Mayor David Holt, Senator James Lankford, Congresswoman Kendra Scott, Dept., were a part of the distinguished head table.  Former mob boss, Michael Franzese was the featured speaker.

OKC hits it out of the park with Women’s College World Series

Monday, June 3, 2019

When the first pitch is thrown on May 30 at this year’s NCAA Women’s College World Series it will be the 29th time the tournament has been held in Oklahoma City. The week-long event brings 70,000 spectators to OKC each year. As part of an agreement to keep the series at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex, the venue had to undergo millions of