Oklahoma is promoting the approaching third annual State Suppliers Expo to be held in Oklahoma City.
The Office of Management and Enterprises Services says the free event will be “better than ever” when it is held Oct. 5 at the Oklahoma City Convention Center, featuring businesses of all sizes and industries
“Once again, attendees will have the chance to meet state officials, gain insights into current and upcoming projects across all areas of state government, and explore potential partnerships to contribute to the state’s progress and benefit Oklahomans,” said Caden Cleveland, Director of Legislative and Public Affairs at OMES.
The State Suppliers Expo is instrumental in fostering collaboration and facilitating connections between state government and the business community. Building on the success of previous years, the 2023 Expo promises an even more impactful experience, providing valuable information, guidance on navigating the state procurement process and a platform to engage directly with state officials.
Attendees will delve into the diverse range of projects happening across various sectors of state government, enabling them to align their offerings and expertise with the state’s requirements. From agriculture to public safety, every cabinet area will be represented, offering companies a comprehensive understanding of available opportunities and resources to grow their business.
With its inclusive, reverse tradeshow approach, the State Suppliers Expo encourages engagement from businesses at every stage of development, from established companies to aspiring entrepreneurs. Attendees can learn about the processes, requirements and benefits of partnering with state agencies, ultimately leading to more efficient and effective services for the people of Oklahoma.