To commemorate all of the Chamber's successes for the past year, this meeting is held at the beginning of the calendar. In addition to the Chamber's success, we especially honor the people who make our organization strong from our Board of Directors, our staff, and all of our volunteer committee members.
This monthly luncheon is a business educational program presented by corporate leaders covering topics and issues relevant to business owners. Business@Lunch allows you to make connections with other Chamber Partners and leaders in the community.
The premier networking event for business professionals, giving you the opportunity to discuss and share ideas while learning about other local businesses. It is a relationship-building experience held in a relaxed setting that benefits your company through added contacts and resources.
The Leadership Stillwater program identifies these emerging leaders and prepares them for community involvement and civic leadership. Students are required to participate on volunteer boards and committees that reach diverse aspects of the Stillwater community.
The City of Stillwater and the Chamber through our close working association hold an Annual Economic Summit to encourage economic development through business and industrial growth, as well as unveil the local economic forecast.
Since small businesses make up a definite majority of our national and local economies, the Small Business Training Series was developed to help our local businesses succeed. Many small businesses owners have to be a jack of all trades, therefore we bring in local experts on areas of finance, goal-setting, marketing and any other area of business to help our membership succeed.
Legislative advocacy for a pro-business environment is a major component to the Chamber's mission which is why we host legislator's twice a year for our Legislative Luncheon. Past presenters have included Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin, United States Congressman Frank Lucas, Oklahoma Lieutenant Governor Todd Lamb, and United States Senator James Lankford.