How do we create and attract new companies, retain existing businesses and encourage entrepreneurship and innovation in Oklahoma? In this episode, Brent Kisling, Executive Director of the Department of Commerce, shares new strategies and economic development tools being used to optimize Oklahoma’s competitive edge in attracting businesses to our state.
From better technology to greater accountability and a more customer-centered approach, Secretary of State & Education Michael Rogers and Secretary John Budd share their vision for improving government in Oklahoma. Read More >>
The condition of our roads, bridges and waterways is not only a public safety issue—it’s also essential to Oklahoma’s commercial development. We’ll discuss the progress that’s been made, what remains to be done and the future of transportation. Read More >>
In this episode, Dr. Mark Snead and Dr. Jennifer Lepard break down findings from a new research report to provide a clear, comprehensive picture of Oklahoma oil & gas taxes – and how they compare to other states. Read More >>
Insights on the current state of education in Oklahoma and how to improve outcomes for our students and future workforce. From the rise of charter schools to funding equity and four-day school weeks, nothing is off limits! Read More >>
With permitless carry advancing at the state capitol, the Oklahomans for Business and Property Owners’ Rights Coalition is working hard to ensure that the rights of business owners are properly protected. Read More >>
Senator James Leewright and Representative John Pfeiffer join our hosts to discuss the first 10 action-packed days of legislative session and what we can expect next! Read More >>
Former Oklahoma House Minority Leader. Current President & CEO of the State Chamber. History fanatic. Avid fly fisherman. Cigar-chewer. Enthusiastic but bad golfer.
State Chamber EVP of Govt. & Political Affairs. Former Speaker Pro Tem of the House. Burlington, OK born. Diet Dr. Pepper addict. Strong karaoke game. Always in the know.
Executive Director, Oklahoma Department of Commerce