Oklahoma Department of Commerce
6601 Broadway Extension, Building 5
Oklahoma City, OK 73116
Tel: (405) 843-9770

Oklahoma Economic Development Resource
330 NE 10th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
Tel: (405) 235-3669
Fax: (405) 235-3670
contact form
OEDC as the Economic Development Resource for Oklahoma, is an oraganization of economic development practitioners and adocates promoting a competitive business climate through legislative initiatives, coalition building and professional development. 

Oklahoma Small Business Development Center
Tel: (580) 745- 2877
Fax: (580) 745- 7471
Oklahoma Small Business Development Center (OKSBDC) assists small business owners and new entrepreneurs by providing no charge, one-on-one business management advising, business management workshops and business technical assistance.

Native American Business Resource Center (REI)
2912 Enterprise Boulevard
Durant, OK 74701
Tel: (580) 924-5094
Fax: (580) 920-2745
contact form
The mission of the Native American Business Resource Center is to assist southeast Oklahoma's Native American business owners and entrepreneurs in creating or expanding their business. 

Southwest Minority Supplier Development Council
7301 N. Broadway. Suite 224
Oklahoma City, OK 73116
Tel: (405) 767-9900
Debra Ponder Nelson
debra@smsdc. org

Women's Business Center (REI)
2912 Enterprise Boulevard
Durant, OK 74701
Tel: (800) 658-2823|
Oklahoma's only Women's Business Center has reached more than 200,000 entrepreneurs since opening its doors. The mission of REI Women's Business Center is to assist Oklahoma's enterprising women wanting to explore the opportunities of starting or expanding a business. REI WBC is the result of a cooperative agreement with the SBA's Office of Women's Business Ownership and REI Oklahoma. 

Women Impacting Public Policy
2709 W. I-44 Service Rd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
Tel: (405) 943-4474
Fax: (405) 942-2840
Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP) is a national bi-partisan public policy organization that advocatesa for and on behalf of women in business, strengthening their sphere of influence in the legislative process of our nation, creating economic opportunities and building bridges and alliances to other small business organizations. Through WIPP, our collective voice makes a powerful impact on Capitol Hill and with the Administration.

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