TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa's resource center for entrepreneurs and new businesses is expanding.

Less than two years ago, 36 Degrees North opened in downtown Tulsa as a base-camp for start up businesses.  

This week, they officially opened a second campus to help businesses take the next step forward.

"Our hope is that when companies move into camp two, that they still plug into the Broad Entrepreneur Network, but they have a focused place where they can really advance their business," said executive director Dustin Curzon.

The new space includes 12 fully-furnished offices and two conference rooms.