Business & Industry
Claremore continues to grow in population, sales and average income. These positive factors are so important to the area’s established businesses and for the new retail, restaurant, specialty shops, major chains and new industries that are coming to Claremore. 2012 will also see significant changes for established Claremore businesses as many have new and expanded construction and relocation plans within the City.
For companies who are expanding and or relocating, Claremore Oklahoma is the obvious choice. Claremore has the unique advantages of a highly productive and skilled workforce, outstanding transportation networks and low operational costs. The business case for new or expanding locations matched to the quality of life experienced in Claremore makes for a winning combination for businesses and their employees.
CRC- Claremore Rogers County Partnership
The Claremore Industrial and Economic Development Authority and the Rogers County Industrial Development Authority have combined into the CRC Partnership in order to provide the best marketing services to Rogers County municipalities. CRC Partnership provides comprehensive economic development services to existing and prospective businesses.
- Site & Facility Location Services
- Economic & Demograpic Information
- Real Estate, Equipment & Infrastructure Financial Services
- Start-up Business & New Product Devloment Assistance
- Business Consultation Services
- Local & State Incentives, Grant Expertise for new locations and expansions
- Small Business Development Assistance
- Privately & Publicly Owned Sites & Buildings Available
- Business & Government Sources & Business Referrals
The Claremore North Business Park includes over 225 acres of industrial property for new and expanding businesses. The Claremore Business Park is certified as a “site ready” park by the Oklahoma State Department of Commerce. Foreign Trade Zone and Market Tax Credits areas apply.
The Claremore Regional Airport is located just east of Claremore. The 500 acre airport which features a 5,200 foot runaway and other amenities utilized by local businesses and private citizens. Foreign Trade Zone applies.
Contact: Mickey Thompson, Executive Director
Cary Jester, Development Director
Debi Ward, Business Service Director
1503 N. Lynn Riggs Blvd. Suite D
Claremore, OK 74019
Rogers State University (RSU) Innovation Center
The Innovation Center fosters economic development to address the the educational needs of business and industry in northeast Oklahoma. Innovation Services include:
A business and technology incubator designed to assist early stage technology, light manfacturing and professional service-based companies. The incubator provides facilities, business and technical assistance, networking support through on-site business staff and a wealth of resources to help the business grow and become more profitable.
Small business workshops designed to assist area small businesses and entrepreneurs in developing successful enterprises. The workshops are presented by state and area business specialists, as well as the Innovation Center staff.
Small business counseling services
Market reasearch and technical assistance for growth and business.