Tulsa Invests In Tech

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The city of Tulsa, OK, has an emerging technology sector and is on its way to becoming a new an American tech hub. Tulsa’s leaders have made significant commitments to diversify the city’s economy and grow its tech jobs infrastructure. Countless private and public sector partners have developed innovative programs to attract tech companies and tech investments to the Tulsa area and supply them with highly-trained employees.

Tulsa Invests In Tech

Workforce Development

Tulsa offers programs like Holberton School, a new kind of software engineering school with the mission to provide adult learners with the skills and technical knowledge needed for initial employment in the software engineering profession. Tulsa is also home to Urban Coders Guild, a nonprofit organization that teaches coding to middle and high school students from historically underserved and underrepresented communities. 

Talent Relocation

Tulsa Remote is a best-in-class talent relocation program that pays remote workers to work from Tulsa in exchange for – $10,000 cash, plus coworking office space, low cost-of-living, and a collaborative and supportive community. Tulsa Remote attracted over 400 new remote workers to the city in 2019 and 2020 and is actively recruiting talent for 2021.

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Entrepreneurial Support

Five years ago 36 Degrees North launched as Tulsa’s basecamp for entrepreneurs. 36 Degrees North is the central gathering point for Tulsa’s startup founders, small business owners, remote workers and innovative community leaders. Tulsa is also home to Black Tech Street, a self-sustaining ecosystem of Black talent, businesses, and technological advances that will improve every facet of our economy. Black Tech Street has a primary objective to facilitate $1 billion of investments through grants, community development, entrepreneurial development, education, culture and attraction, and workforce development over ten years.

Access to Capital

Tulsa boasts countless organizations focused on funding startups and ideas. One example is Atento Capital, a Tulsa-based investment firm focused on returns, quality job creation, and being helpful. Or Tulsa Innovation Labs, which was founded to develop a city-wide strategy that positions Tulsa as a tech hub and leader in the future of work. TIL is creating economic development programs that seek to make Tulsa the nation’s most inclusive tech community.

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