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Programs

Tulsa Startup Series

Mayor Kathy Taylor founded the Tulsa Entrepreneurial Spirit Award in 2007 as a way to spur innovation, growth and creativity. Since that time, this business plan competition pivoted into the current Tulsa Startup Series pitch competition. Since inception, the competition has generated more than 2,300 full time, part-time and contract jobs. A 2014 study reported an economic impact for Tulsa of more than $57.7 million.

Have an idea?

SUS Final Check Presentation

Tulsa Startup Series

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Kitchen 66

In 2016, the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation established kitchen incubator Kitchen 66 to help kickstart Tulsa based food concepts into operating businesses. Kitchen 66 aims to decrease barriers for food entrepreneurs by giving them access to commercial kitchen space rentable by the hour, sales and distribution opportunities and business training programs.

Have the recipe for success?

Welcome To Kitchen 66!

Mother Road Market

In July 2017, in celebration of LTFF’s 20th Anniversary, the Foundation announced an upcoming innovative development, Mother Road Market. Mother Road Market is Tulsa’s first food hall, housed on 11th Street & South Lewis Avenue in the historic 1939 Scrivner-Stevens Co. Grocery building, Mother Road Market, open since November 2018, is a vibrant community space, allowing Tulsans and tourists alike to eat, sip, shop and enjoy Tulsa’s favorite neighborhood restaurants, as well as brand new food concepts – all under one roof.

To learn more about Mother Road Market, visit www.motherroadmarket.com, and don’t forget to sign up for the newsletter for the latest updates!

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Kiva Tulsa

Since 2017, Kiva Tulsa has been proud to fund over 57 small business loans, dispersing over $375,000.00 in capital. 65% of these loans were to women-owned businesses and 40% were minority-owned businesses. Kiva Tulsa has funded all types of businesses including food entrepreneurs, service-based businesses, social enterprises and more. We are proud to empower and support the small businesses that are the lifeblood of our vibrant, diverse, inspiring community.

Questions about Kiva? Connect with Kiva Tulsa Lead Jeff Burdge at tulsa@local.kiva.org.

Meet Kiva Tulsa