VI Marketing and Branding, an integrated marketing firm with offices in Oklahoma City, Colorado Springs and Kansas City, recently added four new members to its local team.
Tulsa-based Spartan Engineering recently won the 2014 Midcontinent Oil & Gas Awards Engineering Company of the Year Award.
The Hight family bought the Best of Books store and corporation from longtime owners Julie Hovis and Kathy Kinasewitz.
The brothers both earned master’s degrees in architecture, and thanked their father for instilling the value of education and philanthropy.
A local firm plans to break ground on a retail shopping location in Historic Downtown Edmond this month.
The genesis of Click Shop Grocery occurred in a hospital where founder Jeremiah Reynalds’s mother was incapacitated by a stroke.
Urbane’s expanded services will include a design center, custom furnishings, bridal registry, private shopping events, corporate gifts and in-home consultations.
There is little argument that sporting events bring in big dollars. The way proceeds trickle into the local economy is, however, debated extensively among economists.
Despite positive growth for the arts in Oklahoma, there is still work to be done. While she may not be an artist, Julia Kirt is set to make that happen as the executive director for Oklahomans for the Arts.
Ditch Witch is holding a career fair 8-10 a.m. Sept. 6 at the world headquarters, 1959 W. Fir, in Perry.