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.
Blueprint for Business will host a “Pitch Day” for five of the firm’s startup companies to present their businesses to potential investors.
The Oklahoma Seed Capital Fund II, managed by i2E, Inc., recently led a follow-on investment round of $400,000 in Tulsa, OK-based Expert TA.
Dr. Craig Shimasaki, entrepreneur and advisor to multiple GovCup teams, says vision begins with the way we look at the world.
Serial entrepreneur Dr. Craig Shimasaki has shared his knowledge and experience in a book and with multiple Donald W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup teams.
The StartOK Accelerator Fund, managed by i2E, Inc., recently made a $270,000 investment in Oklahoma City-based Moleculera Labs.
As an organization devoted to building the entrepreneurial ecosystem of Oklahoma, we are constantly on the lookout for best practices.
On this week’s Oklahoma Innovations show: the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics, Oklahoma’s public residential high school.
Dr. Courtney Houchen and his colleagues at OKC-based COARE Biotechnology are accelerating a new technology to fight pancreatic cancer.
Fab Lab Tulsa provides critical equipment and support to help entrepreneurs create a prototype of their exciting new concepts.
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.
Tulsa’s Young Professionals business incubation program, The Forge, recently moved into its new permanent home within the Wright Building.
Entrepreneurs and all those interested in entrepreneurship are invited to participate Tulsa Global Entrepreneurship Week activities.
When it comes to organizations that add value to the entrepreneurial ecosystem, the more the merrier for Oklahoma entrepreneurs.
The new OK Bioscience Institute is designed to provide needed resources for the industry while raising awareness of state’s bioscience sector.
A new report from the Kauffman Foundation highlights the positive impact that student involvement can have on university startups.