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The Oklahoma Department of Commerce is committed to quality jobs and community investment across Oklahoma. Our mission of economic development takes us to every part of our great state as we assist and partner with businesses and local governments and non-profits.

Commerce associates tour Enviro Systems in Seminole



A group of Commerce associates toured Enviro Systems on November 2nd. Joining them was our colleague Jeremy Stoner of the Oklahoma Finance ...

Developing Oklahoma’s central region – Q&A with James Johnson



James Johnson is the Regional Director for the Oklahoma Department of Commerce (Commerce) in Central Oklahoma. Johnson serves a seven-county region ...

Research team visits Woodward for workshop



ODOC team members Jon Chiappe and Christy Busch traveled to Woodward on October 11 to conduct a workshop at High Plains Technology Center. Jon and ...

Commerce Team assists local Oklahoma company to expand



Blue Wave Boats and Silver Wave Boats operate in a 42-acre, 165,000-sq-foot facility located in Seminole, Okla. The companies make fiberglass boats ...

Developing Oklahoma’s western region – Q&A with Brandy McIntyre



Brandy McIntyre has worked at the Oklahoma Department of Commerce (Commerce) for just over a year, as Western Oklahoma’s Regional Development ...

New investment opportunities discussed in Muskogee



Commerce and Tourism Secretary Deby Snodgrass spoke with Muskogee area manufacturers and economic development experts at the Greater Muskogee ...

Developing Oklahoma’s northeast region – Q&A with Charlotte Howe



Charlotte Howe has worked at the Oklahoma Department of Commerce (ODOC) for just over a year, as Oklahoma Northeast Regional Development Specialist. ...

The rubber meets the road in Lawton



Forty years ago, Lawton, Okla., got some great news – the city had been selected as the home for a Goodyear tire manufacturing facility. When ...

Developing Oklahoma’s south central region – Q&A with Roger Pulley



Roger Pulley has worked at the Oklahoma Department of Commerce (ODOC) for just over four years, as the South Central Regional Development Specialist. ...

Developing Oklahoma’s northwest region – Q&A with Stan Ralstin



Stan Ralstin has worked at the Oklahoma Department of Commerce (ODOC) for just over 5 years, as the Northwest Regional Development Specialist. ...
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