The OKSBDC provides confidential, high quality, no cost entrepreneurial and small business management advising in order to help Oklahomans start and grow businesses.
The goal of the BWSCC is to enhance the quality of life for African Americans and the north Tulsa community through economic development, education, workforce development, community development, and legislative advocacy.
Black Women Business Owners of Tulsa is a professional business club of African American women business owners, entrepreneurs, and startup founders in the Tulsa area.
A 1938 quote on the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce from early Board chair, E.W. Clarke, had this to say: “If the Chamber means anything at all, it must stand out as a clearing house for civic betterment. On June 1, 1938, the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce began providing a new playing field for enhancing business and economics in North Tulsa.
Mosaic is the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s diversity business council. The primary focus of Mosaic is to create awareness about the competitive advantage of having a diverse and inclusive business climate in our region.
This is a service of the Tulsa City-County Library System that offers you and your company information that is customized to meet your business needs and maximize your time and profits.
Tulsa Route 66 Main Street is just one of many Main Street communities across the nation. Combining historic preservation and revitalization efforts with powerful economic stimulation, Main Street programs restore the core assets of our communities and enhance the quality of life for our citizens.