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Thursday, March 22 2018

Oklahoma offers distinct advantages to businesses seeking to relocate or expand, including a low cost of living, a state government determined to support business, a regulatory climate that is both responsible and reasonable, and an educated, flexible and committed workforce. Governor Mary Fallin has made it a key priority to give Oklahomans the opportunity for a better quality of life, primarily by creating jobs and strengthening the economy. 

The state’s efforts are paying off with recent announcements from companies such as Kratos Defense, Lufthansa Technik, American Airlines, DMI Companies, Alfa Laval and others. In 2017, there were 82 publicly announced expansions and relocations made in Oklahoma, totaling more than $6 billion in new investment. 

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Thursday, June 01 2017

Oklahoma continues to rack up the wins, and it’s no surprise why. The state consistently boasts one of the lowest costs of doing business in the country. During the second half of 2016, companies like Boeing and General Electric (GE) held grand openings of new facilities in the Sooner State, bringing new, high-paying jobs and impressive levels of investment. And Google’s $1.2 billion expansion brought the company’s total investment in Oklahoma to more than $2 billion.

The state offers distinct advantages to businesses seeking to relocate or expand, including a low cost of living, a state government determined to support businesses and to grow the labor force, a regulatory climate that is both responsible and reasonable, and an educated, flexible and committed workforce. Governor Mary Fallin has made it a key priority to give Oklahomans a better quality of life, primarily by creating jobs and strengthening the economy.

The state offers a wide range of industrial parks, each offering unique benefits to the businesses located on the premises.

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Thursday, December 03 2015

Oklahoma continues to rack up the wins, and it’s no surprise why. The state consistently boasts one of the lowest costs of doing business in the country. Major metropolitan areas like Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Lawton receive accolade after accolade for everything from best place to start a business and quality of life opportunities.

Oklahoma offers distinct advantages to businesses seeking to relocate or expand, including a low cost of living, a state government determined to support businesses and to grow the labor force, a regulatory climate that is both responsible and reasonable, and an educated, flexible and committed workforce. Governor Mary Fallin has made it a key priority to give Oklahomans a better quality of life, primarily by creating jobs and strengthening the economy. 

“Oklahoma truly is the land of opportunity. If you want to work for a world-renowned corporation, you can do that here. If you want to live in a bustling urban center, you can do that here. If you have always dreamed of starting a company, you can start one here,” she said. “And you can do it in a state that’s as friendly to businesses as it is to people.”

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