Browse our directory of funding resources from a variety local, state & federal sources.
OKBio is a statewide membership organization exclusively dedicated to the growth of Oklahoma’s bioscience sector.
OBIA prioritizes the needs of entrepreneurs and brings value to those who work side-by-side with early stage businesses.
The agency’s mission is to diversify and grow Oklahoma’s economy through strategic investment in technology – its development, transfer and commercialization. The agency takes great pride in being recognized as a results-driven, high-performing organization that helps to increase research activity and public/private partnerships leading to high paying jobs, overall economic growth and improving quality of life.
The mission of the New Product Development Center is to link the innovative ideas and capabilities of Oklahoma’s small-and medium-sized manufacturers with the knowledge and technical expertise of the land grant university faculty, staff and students. This collaboration allows for the development and commercialization of economically competitive new products and improves manufacturing practices that strengthen economies, create new and enhanced jobs, improve capital investment and increase tax base.
The IAS is a non-profit, state-funded service that helps Oklahoma inventors navigate the invention process from idea to the marketplace through education, information, and referrals.
The Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance offers technical assistance and business advice, helping companies become progressively more successful through a statewide network of manufacturing extension agents and applications engineers.
OSBDC’s mission is to ensure that all Oklahomans have access to professional and confidential business counseling, educational workshops, and continuing support throughout their business ventures.
Oklahoma has focused on promoting economic growth and job creation for more than three decades. REI Oklahoma works with partners across the state to create opportunities and provide resources to individuals, businesses and entrepreneurs. From technical assistance and training, to lending programs and down payment assistance, REI Oklahoma is committed to positively impacting businesses and communities in Oklahoma.
The Riata Center is dedicated to high impact entrepreneurial outreach on Oklahoma State University’s campus, in the region, around the State of Oklahoma, and across America. The Center is intimately engaged with the entrepreneurial community, and strongly committed to creating unique experiential learning opportunities for students.
The State Chamber of Oklahoma is a private, nonprofit, business-membership organization designed to advocate business needs at the state and federal levels.
Useful for general business advisement from mentors with experience in a range of industries.
Coding DOJO is a nationwide programming bootcamp who is partnering with the George Kaiser Family Foundation to bring their industry–leading curriculum to Tulsa. This program accelerates participants into an entirely new career in the tech–industry, and becoming a developer is only one of many exciting paths to take.
OK Coders courses are accessible to both professional developers and those with limited programming experience and cover a range of technologies and tools needed to build complete web applications and kick-start a career in programming.
Professional network of over 4,000 information technology workers, hobbyists, students, teachers, and future technologists. Offers community events and conferences.
Supports Nonprofit sector through training, consulting, advocacy, networking and awards.