Whether your business is big or small there are many tools to help you succeed. We’re here to help you find and take advantage of them.
Oklahoma has a comprehensive incentive program and is recognized for its outstanding business climate.
Learn more about Oklahoma’s comprehensive incentive program and how it can help your business.
There are a variety of programs designed to help entrepreneurs and existing businesses. These programs improve access to capital and provide in-depth information and other resources.
The Regional Development Team is the “face” of the Oklahoma Department of Commerce throughout the State; providing hands-on assistance, as well as referrals to resource and program providers.
Contact your Regional Development Specialist and see all the ways they can help you and your community
In today’s competitive environment, Oklahoma continues adapting to shifts in the economic climate. The Oklahoma Department of Commerce is here to help keep you ahead of the curve.
The Resource Guide will help you find anything and everything you need as an economic developer or community leader in Oklahoma:
The Oklahoma Department of Commerce can help your community attract, develop and retain businesses that improve the quality of life in Oklahoma.
Download the Resource Guide
Three investment capital funds for Oklahoma’s emerging, high growth entrepreneurs totaling $13.2 million
Learn about the three investment funds and their target businesses stages
MEAs connect small and medium-sized manufacturing businesses with the information and resources they need to expand and succeed.
Connect with your local MEA
The Oklahoma Department of Commerce’s Global team offers a range of personalized services to Oklahoma companies seeking to expand their business by trading internationally. These include trade assistance, access to partners, and STEP Fund financing for international marketing.
Take advantage of our trade service and expand your business by trading internationally
An opportunity for small businesses to be in the making, or changing, of rules that negatively impact small business.
Certified women-owned and minority-owned businesses can see benefits including expanded contracting opportunities and added advantage when competing for contracts.
Learn more about business certifications and find out if your business qualifies.
Minority-Owned Business Certification
Women-Owned Business Certification
Inadequate financing is frequently cited as a primary reason businesses fail. Other financial reasons for failure or poor performance include miscalculating how much capital is required, underestimating the cost of borrowing, or simply securing the wrong kind of financing.
Discover resources designed to provide access to capital along with the expertise to help manage it