Oklahoma best place to start a business in 2023

AgBoost founder Sean Akadiri, left, talks with StitchCrew co-founder Erika Lucas.

Forbes is not a big fan of starting a business in Oklahoma.

In a list that is designed to create excitement in some parts of the country, more money in others, and a lot of misunderstanding – Oklahoma is 42 in the “Best States to start a Business in 2023″ .”

But how accurate is such a list? What is missing? Is Oklahoma – birthplace of companies like Continental Resources, Love’s Travel Stops, Sonic, Paycom and more – a bad place to start a business?

That’s not true, according to local business owners and business owners familiar with the process of launching new businesses in Oklahoma.

Forbes based its ranking on “18 key metrics in five categories” to determine which states are the best, or the worst. The five broad areas include business value, business value, financial opportunity, economy and human resources.


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