Thumbtack, in partnership with the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, has released Oklahoma City's results from the third annual Thumbtack.com Small Business Friendliness Survey. The study, drawing upon data from over 12,000 small business owners, provides new insights into state and local business environments across the nation.
"After a two-month survey of thousands of small business owners nationwide, we have found that Oklahoma City small businesses deeply value the quality of the training programs that the city makes available to them," says Jon Lieber, Chief Economist of Thumbtack. "Creating a business climate that is welcoming to small, dynamic businesses is more important than ever, and lawmakers in Oklahoma are doing the right things to make this happen."
Some of the key findings for Oklahoma City include:
A copy of the survey's full methodology and analysis paper is available upon request. Please email Thumbtack's Chief Economist, Jon Lieber, at firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of the paper and with any questions or comments you might have.