Inside Oklahoma State Capitol Dome

“OEDC as the Economic Development Resource for Oklahoma, is an organization of economic development practitioners and advocates promoting a competitive business climate through legislative initiatives, coalition building and professional development.”

Brent Kisling PhotoAs the 2015 Oklahoma Professional Economic Development Council (OEDC) President, I’d like to welcome you to our website where you will find information on economic development and legislative activity in Oklahoma.  Our Association works hard to educate our members to be more effective economic development professionals.  OEDC monitors the activity in the Oklahoma Legislature, and actively works with the legislature to create the most competitive business environment in the nation.

If you would like information about becoming a member of OEDC, please contact Toni Schwartz.

Regards,

Brent Kisling, OEDC President

Wind Farm Sunset PhotoThe following letter, along with a handout from The Wind Coalition, was distributed to the State Capitol House Members on Tuesday, March 24, 2015.


Dear Representative,

The Oklahoma Professional Economic Development Council (OEDC) is an association of 150 economic development professionals who support efforts to market the regions and communities throughout Oklahoma as places where people want to live and invest. We believe Oklahoma’s wind energy industry is a vital resource and valuable contributor to our state.

Brent Kisling, Governor Fallin, Senator Schulz, Lyle Roggow photo
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Contact: Nicole Boyles
405-235-3669
nboyles@okstatechamber.com
March 12, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE



OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Professional Economic Development Council (OEDC) hosted its annual Economic Development Day at the state Capitol Wednesday. The event provides an opportunity for economic developers from all over the state to meet with elected officials to help get the message out about the importance of economic development programs to their communities.