Small Business Center

Summit Focuses on Demand-Driven Training for Vital Industries

An upcoming summit, "Demand Driven Training for the 21st Century," focuses on developing Oklahoma's talent pipeline in advanced manufacturing, aerospace, transportation and logistics. The event will focus on workforce strategies and partnerships for developing skilled talent pipelines to meet the demands of business and industry. The Tulsa Regional Chamber is a sponsor of the summit.

July 22-23
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa
777 W. Cherokee St., Catoosa

Rolodex growing dust? Make new contacts at Chamber Breakfast Network

Tulsa Regional Chamber Breakfast Network

Expand your contact list and increase your company's visibility by joining more than 200 other regional business leaders at our next Breakfast Network, a networking event similar to "speed dating" where each attendee has the chance to present an elevator speech to 30-plus fellow professionals. In July, our Breakfast Network will be led by an attendee favorite, Mark Lewandowski with PBA West (Professional Benefit Administrators West).

Tuesday, July 9
7:30 - 9 a.m.
Wyndham Hotel, grand ballroom
10918 E. 41st St.

Reference USA Database includes U.S. Consumer/Lifestyles Search Elements

Reference USA Database includes U.S. Consumer/Lifestyles

Reference USA database on the library’s website has a formidable substitute to the phone book called U.S. Standard White Pages - FREE to TCCL card holders from home or office! 

Tax basics workshop May 29 at The Forge

The Business Tax Workshops offered by the Oklahoma Tax Commission are designed to meet the needs of all business owners, from new businesses to seasoned businesses needing to brush up on the latest tax changes.

For a new business or an individual thinking about setting up a business in Oklahoma, the workshop offers information on formation, business structures, a step-by-step guide to business registration, bookkeeping techniques and a line-by-line explanation of the primary business tax forms.

Tulsa named fourth best city to start a business

NerdWallet has ranked Tulsa as the fourth best city to start a business. The financial literacy website based their results from Tulsa's current economy, small business lending history, job force, and relative cost of living.

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