Taking Care of Business in Tulsa…  

Area Chambers of Commerce

Bixby Chamber of Commerce 
Working for Business. Supporting Community. Believing in Bixby

Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce 
The Chamber is a non-profit, action oriented organization which speaks for and acts on behalf of the businesses of Broken Arrow.

Jenks Chamber of Commerce 
It’s more than a catchy phrase, it’s an invitation. Yes the secret is out; Jenks is Right Where You Want to Be.

Greater Tulsa Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 
Tulsa Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has the mission of advocating, developing and advancing Hispanic business interests.

Owasso Chamber of Commerce  

   Our goals are to be guardians of the local economy, to work for economic development in the area and to improve the quality of life for the community.

Sand Springs Chamber of Commerce 
The Sand Springs Chamber of Commerce is a volunteer-based organization composed of businesses and individuals who join together to foster progress in the commercial, financial, industrial, and civic interests of the community.

Sapulpa Chamber of Commerce 
The Sapulpa Chamber of Commerce is the leading business organization in Sapulpa.

Tulsa Metro Chamber of Commerce 
The Tulsa Metro Chamber is the principal business-driven leadership organization improving the quality of community life through the development of regional economic prosperity.       

Neighborhood Focus

Smart Growth Tulsa

A non-profit Advocating and Shaping Smart Public Policy

Brookside Business Association 
From business leaders and creative entrepreneurs to elected city and county officials, Brookside Business Association members are people who are connected.

Downtown Coordinating Council 
This web site, is the official web site of Downtown Coordinating Council.

Other Business Resources

INCOG & The Tulsa Planning Commission
 INCOG is a voluntary association of local governments serving Creek, Osage, Tulsa, and Wagoner counties. INCOG, a regional council of governments (COG). Today, INCOG is one of the largest and most comprehensive regional providers of services to the public and private sectors in the nation.

Leadership Tulsa

 Leadership Tulsa is a nonprofit, educational organization established in 1973 for the purpose of identifying and developing diverse leaders who impact the community through service

Oklahoma Department of Commerce 
 The Oklahoma Department of Commerce is the primary economic development arm of the state government. Our mission is to improve the quality of life of Oklahomans by supporting communities, growing existing businesses, and attracting new businesses.

Tulsa Area United Way 
 The Tulsa Area United Way is a local non-profit organization that has been supporting health and human service programs in our community since 1924. This support is provided with funds raised through an annual community-wide fund-raising campaign that responds to an annual volunteer-driven assessment of problems our community faces.

Tulsa Better Business Bureau
 The Better Business Bureau – Helping Consumers and Businesses to Maintain an Ethical Marketplace

Tulsa City-County Library
Tulsa City-County Library System is the primary information and resource center for the Tulsa, Oklahoma, metropolitan area. More than 1.7 million volumes and numerous library services are available to the public.

Tulsa Computer Society 
Information about the Tulsa Computer Society, including a large number of links to a large number of categories, used by members as they surf the net.

Tulsa County Bar Association
The Tulsa County Bar Association is a valuable resource for both the legal profession as well as for members of the Tulsa community. From continuing legal education and support services, to our lawyer referral services, we’re dedicated to helping our members achieve their goals, and to promoting public awareness and keeping the legal system accessible to all.

Tulsa Global Alliance
   Tulsa Global Alliance is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to increasing global awareness, understanding and opportunities in Northeastern Oklahoma by hosting international visitors, facilitating Sister Cities activities, promoting global education, assisting with international trade development, cooperating with international organizations and serving as a resource for area governments, businesses, educational institutions, organizations and residents.