"Tulsa is a great city for entrepreneurs," said Brian Paschal, executive director of The Forge, an incubator for innovators.
"We provide all the furniture, the utilities, you walk in with a laptop and on day one you can plug in and you're ready to start your business," he said.
But more than just office space, although it's really cool office space, the forge provides navigational support from the Oklahoma Small Business Development Center.
"It's a free resource, so if you walk in our doors you can sit down with her and she can give you advice on developing a business plan, on developing a marketing plan, on pointing you in the right direction of resources that Tulsa has to offer for entrepreneurs," he said.
Entrepreneurs like Dustin Curzon.
"We're building a product that promotes itself," he said.
His soon to be launched web site, Narrable, enhances your online photo albums by allowing you to attach recorded descriptions to each picture.
"So now I can look at this photo from my Dad's very first Christmas when he was one year-old and I can hear my grandfather talk about that moment and what it meant to him," he said.
And keeping entrepreneurs like Dustin in Tulsa, means a lot to TYPros.
"We've had people that were thinking of moving to other cities that have decided to stay here and grow their business, we've had people that have thought that they needed to leave the city or the state and we look at that as directly achieving our mission," said Paschal.
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