Wednesday, November 24, 2021
As the shopping season kicks off this weekend with Small Business Saturday, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber is encouraging shoppers to support local retail this holiday season.
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Automobile Alley spotlight
Asian District serving up more than just pho
OKC Outlets announces new national tenant
Thursday, November 18, 2021
If you haven’t already noticed, signs of the coming holidays are popping up throughout the metro. From the opening of North Pole City to holiday decorations already appearing in many retail outlets and shops, it truly is beginning to look a whole lot like Christmas.
As of this writing, there are about 50 shopping days left until Christmas, and for
Wednesday, November 17, 2021
The Oklahoma City Convention Center is quickly approaching its first birthday, and it has already landed a major economic development conference for 2022 that Chamber officials say could be a springboard to more large meetings at the state-of-the-art conference.
The International Economic Development Council, considered as the premiere industry association
Monday, November 15, 2021
It is no secret that the Oklahoma County Detention Center, or Oklahoma County Jail, has had some challenges and obstacles to overcome in recent years that have garnered state and national attention, in particular issues related to overcrowding and living conditions for inmates.
According to their fiscal year 2020-21 Annual Report, the Oklahoma County
Friday, November 12, 2021
The future of work is changing on an individual, organizational and societal level. At the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber’s Annual Meeting Dec. 3, attendees will hear from keynote speaker Gerarda Van Kirk, Accenture global future of work lead, as she unpacks how evolving human expectations and the acceleration of digital capabilities call for new
Monday, November 8, 2021
Oklahoma’s state motto is “Labor Omnia Vincit.”
Labor conquers all things. Or in other words, innovation overcomes obstacles.
Oklahoma is made up of millions of hardworking people. From blue color to white color workers, our state takes pride in our work, our legacy, and our innovative nature. And when times get hard, Oklahomans always
Friday, November 5, 2021
Thanksgiving may be just a couple weeks away, but many local retailers are already getting into the Christmas spirit as they prepare for yet another holiday shopping season. Last fall, Oklahoma City businesses were still reeling from the pandemic, but many have since rebounded and are trying to limit any other ill-effects the lingering pandemic may throw
Thursday, November 4, 2021
Our history books will look back at 2021 as a time when we made major leaps forward, particularly in our rise as a visitor destination. The new First Americans Museum is a world-class attraction that will bring visitors from around the world and, most importantly, help both our residents and our visitors understand the full story of Oklahoma’s