The Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture (Tulsa FMAC) has launched the Tulsa Creativity Database, a searchable online platform showcasing the region’s creativity resources, including locations for use by filmmakers.
The Tulsa Creativity Database is the result of more than a year of planning, fundraising and development spearheaded by Tulsa FMAC, a division of Tulsa Regional Tourism at the Tulsa Regional Chamber. Tulsa FMAC is Oklahoma’s only accredited city film commission, and the Tulsa Creativity Database is a powerful new tool as its disposal.more»
The Tulsa Regional Chamber unveiled the destination for its 2018 Intercity Visit, the ninth in an annual series of visits to peer cities to learn best practices and hear success stories. This year’s destination will be Columbus, Ohio.more»
The Tulsa Regional Chamber’s 24th annual Resource Campaign concluded June 14, raising $3,410,368.more»
The OklahomaBizPac board endorsed 27 candidates after days of interviews ahead of the June 26 primary election.more»
Tulsa’s Future III, the third phase of a regional economic development plan led by the Tulsa Regional Chamber, helped create 4,897 direct jobs in 2017, an almost 30 percent increase over 2016.more»
The Foundation for Tulsa Schools announces it will acquire Partners in Education from the Tulsa Regional Chamber in 2018.
Partners in Education was established in 1983 as a joint effort between the Tulsa Regional Chamber and Tulsa Public Schools.more»
The Tulsa Regional Chamber recently had its five-star accreditation renewed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, placing it among an elite group of organizations nationwide.more»
Oklahoma's legislature convenes Sept. 25 for a special session.more»