These reports can also assist with advancing and retaining your current employees. Reports may include:
- Graduates from a specific university or program.
- Identified regions and labor markets where your business may have a competitive advantage.
- Summaries of local job postings and wages to compare with local competitors.
Expanding into a new market can be a daunting task, but with our help, you can assess market leakage and gaps to make informed business decisions. Reports may include:
- National market trends
- Spending patterns compared to regional averages
- Industry specific market trends
- Profit drivers
- Risk ratings
Real Estate & Site Selection
Location is key to the success of any business, and our location reports can provide the insight you need to determine the best location for your business in Norman or Cleveland County. Our reports include:
- Population within a specific radius
- Retail spending projections
For Residential Developers:
Norman Economic Development Coalition can leverage the market research center to help developers better understand neighborhood dynamics with demographic profiles.
Don't just take our word for it, here's what one of Norman business leaders has to say:
“Our proximity to the University of Oklahoma allows us to draw on a rich talent pool of individuals. From the moment we arrived, the community welcomed us and has been cheering us along.”
Bart R. McDonough, CEO
College of Atmospheric & Geographic Sciences
“Oklahoma City is on the move. With the renovation of downtown and the development of the OK9 technology corridor, it is a great time to invest in Oklahoma.”
John Snow, Former Dean of the College of Atmospheric & Geographic Sciences
Yamanouchi Pharma Technologies Inc.
“Norman is a small town next to a big city. You get the small-town feel with all the advantages of the big city’s recreational opportunities nearby.”
Bruce Pearson, VP Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
“If you go up to Silicon Valley, people will spend two hours a day commuting to and from work. Here in Oklahoma, a one-hour commute is considered a long commute. The accessibility of major highways and the infrastructure of the area allows for a better quality of life than along other technology corridors.”
G. Carl Gibson, CFO
“One of the main advantages of living in Norman is the opportunity for continued education. Our previous HR manager was able to complete her law degree with night school and special programs at OU while she worked for us.”
Sreenivasan Rajappa, President