Small Business Center

MAKE NEW BUSINESS CONTACTS AT THE SEPTEMBER CHAMBER BREAKFAST NETWORK

Expand your contact list and increase your company's visibility by joining more than 200 other regional business leaders at Breakfast Network, a networking event similar to "speed dating," where each attendee has the chance to present an elevator speech to 30-plus fellow professionals.

Tuesday, Sept. 10
7:30-9 a.m.
Wyndham Hotel
10918 E. 41st St.

Registration cost for Breakfast Network is $20 for members and $40 for non-members. For more information, call 918.560.0212 or e-mail events@tulsachamber.com.

State of the City Featuring Mayor Bartlett, Thursday, Sept. 5

Tulsa Mayor Dewey F. Bartlett, Jr. will provide an update to the Tulsa regional business community at the Tulsa Regional Chamber's annual State of the City address at the Cox Business Center, Thursday, Sept. 5.

Bartlett, a local businessman, took office in 2009. Since he was elected, Bartlett has focused on job creation, public safety and infrastructure, all while maintaining a sound budget and building the city's savings.

Thursday, Sept. 5
Noon - 1:30 p.m.
Cox Business Center
100 Civic Center

Tulsa Pipeline Expo Showcases Regional Energy Industry

Tulsa Pipeline Expo Showcases Regional Energy Industry

The Tulsa Regional Chamber is a sponsor of this year's Tulsa Pipeline Expo, an annual three-day forum showcasing Oklahoma's energy industry businesses. The event includes a trade show, professional development training, networking opportunities, a silent auction, benefit dinner and a benefit golf scramble.

Aug. 26 - 28
Expo Square

Tulsa Regional Chamber Forum Focuses on Understanding Generational Differences

Forum focuses on understanding generational differences

Explore the differences and similarities among the various generations represented in the workplace at July's Small Business Forum. The event, featuring Andrew Arvay of United States Beef Corp., will focus on how employees from different generational backgrounds can work more effectively together.

Tuesday, July 30
7:30 - 9 a.m. (networking from 7:30 - 8 a.m.)
Tulsa Tech, Lemley Campus - Career Services Center Auditorium
3420 S. Memorial Drive, Tulsa

Summit Focuses on Demand-Driven Training for Vital Industries

An upcoming summit, "Demand Driven Training for the 21st Century," focuses on developing Oklahoma's talent pipeline in advanced manufacturing, aerospace, transportation and logistics. The event will focus on workforce strategies and partnerships for developing skilled talent pipelines to meet the demands of business and industry. The Tulsa Regional Chamber is a sponsor of the summit.

July 22-23
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa
777 W. Cherokee St., Catoosa

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