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The Oklahoma Department of Commerce (Commerce) announced the launch of the Oklahoma Automotive Accelerator program. One of Commerce’s primary goals is to continue to diversify
In March, the Oklahoma Department of Commerce (Commerce) received word that MRO Americas, a domestic aerospace trade show, had been postponed due to the COVID-19
In order to better help Oklahoma communities market themselves and their available sites to site selectors and prospective companies, the Oklahoma Department of Commerce (Commerce)
When it came to Tesla making a decision for its next Cybertruck factory location, Tulsa was always considered the underdog but we gave it our
At 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, July 14, the Oklahoma Department of Commerce (Commerce) reopened applications for Phase 2 of the Oklahoma Business Relief Program (OBRP)
Article by Steve Metzer for The Journal Record Oklahoma has not escaped this year’s severe turbulence in the aerospace industry, aggravated by the COVID-19 pandemic,
The Oklahoma Department of Commerce will host a webinar, Oklahoma Aerospace Opportunities: Why Companies are Landing in Oklahoma, for aerospace & defense companies on Monday,
On Thursday, July 9, the Oklahoma Department of Commerce (Commerce) released the first payments to the authorized financial institutions for distribution to companies awarded grant
The Oklahoma Department of Commerce (Commerce) announced today that Phase 2 of Oklahoma Business Relief Program (OBRP) will begin at 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, July
At 8:00 a.m. on Monday, June 29, Oklahoma businesses began applying for grant funds through the Oklahoma Business Relief Program (OBRP). Developed to help local
On June 30, Governor Kevin Stitt joined executives from Skydweller Aero Inc., a U.S.-Spanish aerospace company developing renewably powered aircraft for defense and commercial industries,
Lending Tree ranks OK #3 in states with the most essential businesses. Many essential businesses remain open during the coronavirus pandemic keeping the economy moving. Out of 93,431 businesses in Oklahoma, 75,192 are essential according to the study. ...Read More
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