Oklahoma City’s renaissance has led to a population gain and No. 18 ranking among cities nationally for net gain of population shift.
The Oklahoma Proof of Concept Center has been established to increase the number of spinouts from university laboratories.
University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, i2E & Cowboy Technologies have created an Oklahoma Proof of Concept Center.
A great place to gain broader perspective on what’s happening in economic development across the country is the annual SSTI conference.
Tulsa’s CleanNG has been named one of the best and brightest new startups in the world by Global Entrepreneurship Week.
Business, government and educational leaders will participate Dec. 6 in a conference that addresses best practices and organizational performance.
Cytovance Biologics Inc. has an agreement with Selexys Pharmaceuticals Corp. to produce the SelG1 monoclonal antibody for a clinical study.
The 2012 Tulsa Global Entrepreneurship Week Innovation Forum brought three innovative entrepreneurs and room full of people to i2E’s Tulsa office.
Cowboy Technologies LLC, is an investment fund and startup company development entity created by OSU to take technologies into the marketplace.
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.
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.
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.