Tulsa’s Future, the regional economic development partnership of public and private investors led by the Tulsa Regional Chamber, recently surpassed its goal to generate $1.1 billion of new capital investment in northeast Oklahoma between 2016 and 2020.more»
The Tulsa Regional Chamber board approved positions of support after considering five state questions on the November 6 ballot.more»
The OklahomaBizPac board announced the endorsement of nearly 20 state legislative candidates ahead of the Nov. 6 general election.more»
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»