Loan Closing: Leroux’s Kitchen
Leroux’s Kitchen is a Louisiana style food service that gives back and is now in Mother Road Market with the help of TEDC
Bri Seeley partners with TEDC to coach small businesses
Bri Seeley is one of Google’s top ranked business consultants and is partnering with TEDC to give technical assistance to women owned small businesses.
Get into the Game: Commercial Real Estate in Tulsa
If you’re considering investing in commercial real estate in Tulsa but don’t have the capital to get started, it’s worth exploring the programs available through TEDC Creative Capital. We provide education and resources to help potential real estate developers pursue their goals to reach success in the Tulsa real estate market.
Ep. 1: Commercial Real Estate in Tulsa – Creative Capital Series
TEDC Creative Capital presents the Creative Capital Series, sharing the stories of local entrepreneurs who’ve benefited from our lending programs and services. In our first episode, entrepreneur and author Corey Carolina of Rise and Develop, LLC shares his journey to becoming a commercial real estate investor while building generational wealth.
TEDC Creative Capital Series Premieres in April
Tulsa Economic Development Corporation (aka TEDC Creative Capital) will premiere its new Creative Capital Series on April 4th, telling the story of commercial real estate in Tulsa and building generational wealth in the first episode.
Creating an Effective Pricing Strategy for a Small Business
As a small business owner, it’s important to carefully consider what pricing model you will use to ensure you are maximizing your profits.
The 7 Stages of a Business Life Cycle and How to Win in Each One
Knowing what stage you’re in and where your focus should be can give you the keys to success and where you need to grow as a leader.
Solving Cash Flow Problems and Growth in Small Businesses
Growth is an exciting time for many small businesses, but it can also be an extremely stressful experience for entrepreneurs.
The Experience of Vandalism
TEDC’s office building was vandalized alongside others on the block of 3rd and Cheyenne in a matter of weeks