Chamber News

Compact formed to support Oklahoma City Public Schools

Thursday, August 20, 2015

OKLAHOMA CITY (Aug. 20, 2015) – Five community organizations are forming a new partnership to support improvements of Oklahoma City Public Schools, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber announced at its annual State of the Schools Luncheon on Thursday, Aug. 20. The new collaboration, which will be called the Oklahoma City Schools Compact, will include the

Read about OKC developments, Boeing and more in The POINT!

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber's latest newsletter, The POINT!, is out, and it's full of news involving the Chamber and the community. Here's what is in it for August with links that take you directly to each story: Read about Boeing's latest news that will bring about 800 new jobs to the Oklahoma City community, as well as the Chamber's economic

Sign up for the Chamberís golf tournaments

Monday, August 17, 2015

Sign up for the Chamber’s golf tournaments For those of you who want to take your clients, business prospects or friends and play a round of links (or three) on one of the region’s most beautiful courses, sign up now for one of the Chamber’s golf tournaments on Oct. 12, Oct. 19 and Oct. 26. They will be held at the Oklahoma City Golf

Volunteers raise more than $3 million during Chamber campaign

Thursday, August 13, 2015

The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber wrapped up its 22nd Total Resource Development Campaign (TRDC) on Aug. 13 by raising $3,000,598 and surpassing the campaign goal. TRDC Co-chairs John Higginbotham, Bank of Oklahoma, and Michael Laird, Crowe & Dunlevy, led more than 150 active volunteers. During the campaign, volunteers connected Chamber members with

Join us for State of Schools Aug. 20

Friday, August 7, 2015

Oklahoma City continues to see economic success in the form of job growth and community redevelopment. In order to sustain this type of growth, it is important to focus on creating a quality workforce that is prepared to lead Oklahoma City into the next generation. That is one of the reasons why the Chamber supports initiatives for quality education

See if your business is on the Metro 50 list as one of the fastest growing in the OKC region

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

The list of top 50 fastest-growing, privately held businesses in the Greater Oklahoma City region is out, but you'll have to wait until Sept. 29 to see how the Metro 50 winners rank. So reserve your spot at the Metro 50 Dinner and Awards Program. Tickets are $100 for individuals and $1,250 for corporate tables of 10. For more information, go online to

Register now, bring school supplies for State of Schools Aug. 20

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

To remain competitive on a global level, Oklahoma City must prepare its students to be future innovators and leaders. Learn about efforts to prepare Oklahoma City's future workforce at the upcoming State of the Schools luncheon. FEATURING Secretary Natalie Shirley Oklahoma Secretary of Education and Workforce Development Superintendent Rob Neu Oklahoma City

InternOKC finishes up with more interns than ever

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber's Greater Grads initiative concluded its largest-ever InternOKC summer program on Wednesday with Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb urging interns to stay in Oklahoma after college graduation and H&8th Market's Brian Bergman telling them what it means to contribute to the culture in their hometown. The 465 interns who participated in