Published Thursday, January 16, 2020
At its Annual Meeting on Thursday, the Tulsa Regional Chamber inaugurated Roger Ramseyer, vice president and Tulsa market leader for Cox Communications, as the 2020 chair of its Board of Directors. more»
Published Monday, December 30, 2019
Tulsa’s Future, the public-private regional economic development partnership led by the Tulsa Regional Chamber, helped create 2,609 jobs and generate $829 million of capital investment in northeast Oklahoma in 2019.
Notable economic development projects announced from this year include Milo’s Tea Company’s $60 million production plant in more»
Published Thursday, December 5, 2019
Economists gave their insight into Tulsa’s economic forecast at the annual State of the Economy. more»
Published Thursday, November 7, 2019
As part of its eighth annual Sharing of Best Practices Conference held on Nov. 6 in Oklahoma City, the Oklahoma Quality Foundation (OQF) honored the Tulsa Regional Chamber with its 2019 OQF Award for Commitment to Excellence. more»
Published Thursday, October 24, 2019
The Tulsa Regional Chamber honored seven local companies today at the sixth annual Tulsa Small Business Summit. Hundreds of area professionals attend the summit each year, making it northeast Oklahoma’s premier small business event. The half-day summit is produced annually by the Tulsa Small Business Connection, a Tulsa Regional Chamber program that more»
Published Monday, September 9, 2019
Attendees at the OneVoice Regional Legislative Summit determined the 15 state and 15 federal priorities that will guide the Chamber's business-driven advocacy in 2020.
The summit is the capstone of the annual OneVoice process, which began earlier in the summer with nine issue-specific task forces.
The final agenda issues are:
Support regional more»
Published Monday, July 29, 2019
The Chamber’s 2019 State of Education highlighted the importance of increasing community-wide educational attainment as a driver for the regional economy. more»
Published Tuesday, May 28, 2019
The minutes contain numerous troubling passages that, as Chamber President and CEO Mike Neal explained, “offer insight into the attitudes, beliefs and actions of those at the highest levels of power during our city’s lowest moral point.” more»