Resources for Tulsa Area Businesses

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Resources for Growing Your Business in Tulsa

Starting your own business can be a difficult and confusing process, but it doesn’t have to be. Luckily, Tulsa is one of the most business-friendly cities in the nation, and there are a variety of public and private resources that you can use to make sure that your business succeeds. The city can provide you with permits, demographics, and tax information to make sure that your company can navigate the regulatory environment in Tulsa. We can also connect you to incubators, accelerators, and a host of other groups that will work hard to connect you to the necessary resources to succeed.

  • Small Business University
  • SBA Learning Center
  • PartnerTulsa Office Hours
Small Business University
Hispanic Entrepreneurship Academy
Small Business University

TEDC leads Small Business university (SBu), a series of courses where local entrepreneurs can take focused classes to learn the necessary skills to build and grow their small businesses. Courses are taught by subject matter experts in fields such as Accounting, Self-Employment, Business Planning, and more.

SBA Learning Center
SBA Learning Center

The SBA Learning Center offers brief videos on everything you need to know to plan, launch, manage, market, and grow your business in their Learning Center. Get started today and learn at your own pace.

PartnerTulsa Office Hours
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PartnerTulsa Office Hours

PartnerTulsa staff hold regular office hours where small business owners, current entrepreneurs, and aspiring entrepreneurs can ask questions, learn about resources in Tulsa, and help address business challenges they face. Check our social media pages for more information.

The Stories That Inspire Us

June 17, 2022

New Initiative to Break Link Between Housing Instability and Incarceration

Tulsa has been selected as one of four communities/entities to participate in the launch of the Just Home Project, a national program launched by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and Urban Institute…
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April 29, 2022

Oasis Fresh Market: Paving the Way Towards a Better Tulsa

North Tulsa’s food desert prompted the City to partner with the local community, non-profit organizations, and the local Community Development Finance Institution (CDFI). The neighborhood now has its own 16,425 sq. ft state-of-the-art grocery store…
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April 25, 2022

Be Well Community Corporation Receives $513,000 Grant to Launch Homebuyer Program for North Tulsans

Be Well Community Corporation has been awarded $513,000 from the City’s Affordable Housing Trust Fund to launch the North Tulsa Forward Program. The program will offer free, virtual financial literacy and home-buying educational courses, as…
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Wyatt Donnelly-Landolt
Director, Small Business and Entrepreneurship