A partnership of Oklahoma City public agencies revealed plans to develop a $2 million small business revolving loan program Monday.
Oklahoma City is considering partnering with the local nonprofit i2E Inc. to offer financing for smaller, but growing local companies with a new program called GrowOKC.
There’s so much wisdom to be gained from listening to Oklahoma entrepreneurs, we thought we would share some in this blog post.
As we begin 2013, I invite you to spend a moment savoring what the next 12 months can mean to Oklahoma — if we seize the moment.
This last year has been a remarkable time for those of us working to create jobs and wealth for Oklahoma by helping high growth companies become successful.
GetCharitable has melded profit motive with a mission to change the world through their innovative smartphone application business.
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.
Cowboy Technologies LLC, is an investment fund and startup company development entity created by OSU to take technologies into the marketplace.
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.
As an organization devoted to building the entrepreneurial ecosystem of Oklahoma, we are constantly on the lookout for best practices.
Fab Lab Tulsa provides critical equipment and support to help entrepreneurs create a prototype of their exciting new concepts.
When it comes to organizations that add value to the entrepreneurial ecosystem, the more the merrier for Oklahoma entrepreneurs.