Friday, March 5, 2021
Early in 2021, a pair of companies announced major projects in Oklahoma City, pointing to a strong year for the local economy.
“Even though 2020 was rough for a lot of people, we are proud of how the community came together to provide resources to small businesses. We feel initiatives like the Small Business Continuity Program helped the local economy be pretty resilient during the last year,” said Jeff Seymour, executive vice president of economic development for the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber. “We’ve felt Oklahoma City is as set up for success in 2021 as any other metro in the country and these two announcements are a great sign of that.”