Tulsa area entrepreneurs: Don’t miss this workshop tonight, March 13, on funding your business sponsored by the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation and Kiva Tulsa. DetailsRead more
So, you’ve been bitten by the entrepreneurial bug and are convinced your idea, concept or prototype will be the next big thing. If only you could get some expert guidance, financing and a network of like-minded advocates to help propel you to success, right? Well, be thankful you live in Tulsa. The city abounds with organizations geared to help would-be entrepreneurs develop their ideas and then launch the businesses of their dreams.
“Remember The Member” wins StartUp Series tech pitch competition By Samuel Hardiman © 2016 BH Media Group, Inc. Remember the Member, an app designed to help people remember each others’ names in social networking situations, won first place in the Tech/App StartUp Series competition Wednesday evening. Evan Tipton and Will Edwards, founders of the startup,Read more
Tulsa’s StartUp competition is getting a face-lift a decade after its inception. Tulsa Community College and the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation have re-branded it the StartUp Series as part of an evolution to better suit the needs of today’s entrepreneurs.
Tulsa entrepreneurship makes strides, but work remains for business creation By Robert Evatt Copyright © 2015 BH Media Group Holdings, Inc Things have been going well for Two Guys Bow Ties — the Tulsa clothing accessory company has been featured on “Shark Tank” and uncrate.com, its products have been worn by celebrities seen at the MTVRead more
Tulsa-based 36°N leverages power of place By Scott Meacham © 2015 BH Media Group Holdings, Inc. There’s a grassroots trend afoot in entrepreneurship that’s really gaining steam. I’m going to call it the Power of Place. This idea starts with the concept of critical mass. In physics, critical mass is defined as the amount ofRead more
State of Entrepreneurship: Business startups going strong in Tulsa By John Stancavage © 2015 BH Media Group Holdings, Inc. A year ago, Amy Murray and Piper Kacere had big dreams and a fledgling business. The two Tulsa women were the brains — and the recipes — behind Superfood Cafe, and they needed some cash, connectionsRead more
By Robert Evatt Copyright © 2015 BH Media Group Holdings, Inc. Natalie Cagle and her husband, Chad Cagle, are committed to staying fit. “I’m a triathlete raised by a triathlete, and my husband is a cyclist,” she said. “Training, for us, is a lifestyle, and travel can disrupt that.” Their pet peeve happened, yet again,Read more
By Emily Starbuck Crone Copyright © 2015 NerdWallet, Inc. When it comes to the hottest cities for small business, Tulsa probably doesn’t leap to mind. But a diverse entrepreneurial ecosystem is taking hold there, and the Oklahoma city earned a spot among the best places in the nation to start a small business in aRead more