State Chamber, Lt. Gov. to Hold Small Business Summit in OKC
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb and state business representatives are planning to host a Small Business and Small Manufacturer Regional Summit in Oklahoma City.
Tuesday's summit is being conducted with the State Chamber, the Oklahoma Department of Commerce and the Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance. It's the sixth and final summit in a series of regional summits conducted during the summer and fall.
Topics have focused on issues in the Lt. Governor's Policy and Issues Report and recent findings from a survey of Oklahoma business executives.
The summits have been held across the state and are designed to help generate a 2013 Small Business and Small Manufacturer legislative agenda.
The agenda will be used by small business and manufacturing leaders to lobby the state Legislature during the 2013 legislative session beginning in February.
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