New developments are transforming horizons and attracting opportunities in downtown Tulsa. More than 1,000 businesses are located within the Inner-Dispersal Loop. These businesses include the national headquarters for Williams, ONEOK and BOK Financial. From Fortune 500s to new start-ups, companies are choosing to do business in downtown Tulsa for its growth opportunities, talented workforce, and affordable business costs.
When it comes to the business of doing business, downtown Tulsa perfectly balances convenience and affordability with the advantages of a talented workforce, a central location, and a pro-business atmosphere. These assets combine to make an ideal home for progressive companies competing in a global economy. Click here to read a list of some of the recent, current, and announced projects and plans in downtown Tulsa.
Tulsa Regional Chamber
The Tulsa Regional Chamber is the principal business-driven leadership organization improving the quality of community life through the development of Tulsa’s regional economic prosperity.
Through its ongoing regional economic development plan, Tulsa’s Future, the Chamber places a special emphasis on developing downtown Tulsa and along the Arkansas River.
Downtown information and statistics are available below from the Chamber’s Economic Development initiative, Grow Metro Tulsa. Below is information relevant to moving your business to downtown Tulsa today!
Tulsa is as diverse as the people who work, play and visit here.
Downtown companies with 1,000+ employees include: AEP/Public Service Company of Oklahoma; AT&T; Bank of Oklahoma Financial; Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma; ONEOK; Samson; and Williams.
A guide to relocating your business to Tulsa.
Cost of doing business
The Tulsa MSA cost of doing business is 12 percent below the national average (fifth lowest nationally)
Tulsa’s workers benefit from the second shortest commute time in the nation
Cost of Living
The Tulsa region’s cost of living is almost 12 percent below the national average
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