An Oklahoma City prosthetics innovator will be closing its operations and moving to Seattle soon, officials confirmed.
At the Oklahoma Entrepreneurial Summit, we blended the annual Who Wants to Be an Entrepreneur for college students with unique content for our state’s best and brightest entrepreneurs into an exciting new format.
In the United States, entrepreneurial optimism is riding high. That’s the conclusion of the newly published Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2012 United States Report (GEM).
The dialogue over increasing funding for science, technology, engineering and math initiatives in Oklahoma should include more support for the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics.
Oklahoma City’s leading economic development and biosciences organizations are banding together to form a new coalition intended to take over the role of recruiting and growing bioscience companies.
A pair of University of Oklahoma alumni are in the inaugural class of Venture for America fellows, a nonprofit organization founded to direct young, talented college graduates from top schools toward entrepreneurship.
I’ve never seen any stats on this, but I imagine that football players might make pretty good entrepreneurs, because there are so many similarities between the game and entrepreneurship.
Dorf will be keynote speaker Oct. 11 at Oklahoma’s Entrepreneurial Summit, a new event that combines an exciting program created specifically for entrepreneurs with the popular Who Wants to Be an Entrepreneur event for college students.
When the Oklahoma Bioscience Association became part of i2E, it created a synergistic opportunity for us to leverage our expertise and resources to further solidify a statewide commitment to this vital industry.
i2E recently closed an oversubscribed Series A investment round in Great Plains Microbiology of $755,000, including a record $400,000 commitment from SeedStep Angels.