The Tulsa Regional Chamber joined Governor Mary Fallin, state and community leaders and Google employees Friday to celebrate the company's expansion of its Mayes County facility. This additional commitment will bring Google's total Oklahoma investment to $2 billion and increase its local employment to more than 400 people by 2018.
The Tulsa Regional Chamber received two of the top honors for a communications piece at the SEDC Communication Awards Ceremony. The awards ceremony was held during the 2016 Southern Economic Development Council (SEDC) Annual Conference, July 31- August 2, 2016 at the Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center in Kansas City, MO.
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Tulsa welcomed more than 300 economic development professionals from across the nation for the International Economic Development Council's Economic Future Forum.
Drawing inspiration from the plan Tulsa has for its economic development future - prosperous, skilled, innovative and livable - this forum explored how private sector development, workforce and education, entrepreneurs and small business, and community development are the pillars that support broad-based economic growth and quality of life.
Mayor Dewey F. Bartlett signed a proclamation declaring May 8-14 Economic Development Week in Tulsa.
The International Economic Development Council created economic Development Week in commemoration of its 90-year anniversary as the largest professional membership organization for economic developers.
Economic developers are charged with generating economic growth, creating better jobs for residents and facilitating an improved quality of life. The industry remains as complex, challenging and rewarding as ever.
On Tuesday, residents in Tulsa, Jenks, Owasso, Collinsville, Glenpool, Sapulpa and Tulsa County approved Vision propositions.
In Tulsa, the passage of each proposition will allow Tulsa to implement a balanced plan addressing the city’s needs on public safety, streets, public transportation, job creation and education.
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Tulsa Regional Chamber president and CEO, Mike Neal and senior vice president of economic development Brien Thorstenberg, joined the Mayor of the City of Tulsa, Dewey F. Bartlett Jr., Tulsa County Commissioner, Karen Keith and Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt at the at a ceremony to welcome TRC Companies, Inc. to the Tulsa community.
The event, hosted by TRC and the Tulsa Regional Chamber, was themed "better together" and welcomed the former Willbros Professional Services staff to the TRC family and to introduce TRC to the Tulsa community.
Fifteen years into the 21st Century, the Tulsa region has experienced record job growth, investment and attracted world-class companies. Since 2011, 28,814 jobs have been announced through the Tulsa’s Future II program, with 15,355 of those jobs meeting the program’s target annual salary of $50,000 or greater. Due to the success of Tulsa’s Future II, the program’s initial goal of 10,000 jobs was increased in 2013 to 15,000 jobs for the program’s five-year term.
The Tulsa Regional Chamber announced today a group representing each of Tulsa’s target industries are growing their respective workforces, resulting in a significant number of jobs created across the region.
The companies that announced plans to expand their workforces are Atalaya Resources, Janeway Machine, M&M Machine, Persimmon Group, Melton Truck Line and Verinovum. Together, these companies will add nearly 300 new jobs across the region.