There’s so much wisdom to be gained from listening to Oklahoma entrepreneurs, we thought we would share some in this blog post.
Sir Isaac Newton’s second law of motion can be used by entrepreneurs to map out a “lean” startup strategy for their new ventures.
Sir Isaac’s three laws of motion can teach those of us in the entrepreneurial ecosystem more than a thing or two about the mechanics of creating a startup.
The first time I saw Dustin Curzon’s presentation about his online photo “storytelling” platform, Narrable.com, I knew it would make a perfect gift for my mom.
A report from the Kauffman Foundation shows that new and young business account for about 70 percent of new job creation in the U.S.
Oklahoma City’s PinLeague is a Web-based software with which companies can track trends and followers on the fast-growing Pinterest social network.
Kent Faith, pilot, entrepreneur, and founder and CEO of SpectrumFX, follows the classic model of successful entrepreneurship — with some unique sizzle all his own.
More than 200 Oklahoma business executives attended the Sharing of Best Practices conference Thursday at the Devon Energy Center.
The Oklahoma Proof of Concept Center takes a creative approach to moving technology out of the “Valley” to the marketplace.
Oklahoma City’s renaissance has led to a population gain and No. 18 ranking among cities nationally for net gain of population shift.
A great place to gain broader perspective on what’s happening in economic development across the country is the annual SSTI conference.
The 2012 Tulsa Global Entrepreneurship Week Innovation Forum brought three innovative entrepreneurs and room full of people to i2E’s Tulsa office.
For 2013, more Oklahoma college students than ever before will be offered the challenge of competing in the Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup.
Oklahoma is gearing up for the ninth year of the Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup collegiate business plan competition.
Entrepreneurs, it’s wise to invest in the right legal counsel at the right time for your new high growth venture.
Serial entrepreneur Dr. Craig Shimasaki has shared his knowledge and experience in a book and with multiple Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup teams.
As an organization devoted to building the entrepreneurial ecosystem of Oklahoma, we are constantly on the lookout for best practices.
Global Entrepreneurship Week is the world’s largest celebration of innovation and job creators involving 24,000 organizations and 7 million people.
Last night’s Happy Hour at the VentureSpur business accelerator gave four up-and-coming startups the opportunity to introduce themselves.
A new report from the Kauffman Foundation highlights the positive impact that student involvement can have on university startups.