Tim Cox has been named vice president of sales and marketing of Oregon Door. In this position, he will lead all sales and marketing operations and be integral in setting overall company strategy and development.
Rumors. Thoughts, words, and beliefs that are usually unsubstantiated and spread at the speed of Twitter. Too often rumors are about individuals and groups that have no clue that they are being discussed until it’s too late. “Did you hear? X and Y have been working very late hours, they are probably having an affair”. Malicious gossip and rumors need some grain of perceived truth in order to be most effective. Otherwise, it doesn’t matter what is said—as long as it’s juicy enough and has just enough believability factor to be possibly true.
The Analytical Consulting Group, LLC (ACG) is now offering a variety of in-class trainings on accounting, payroll, grant management, budgeting, Microsoft programs and other system software. Many of these hands-on trainings are provided in a one-day course or can be completed within a few days.
The Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority (AIDEA) Board on Thursday approved a loan participation for a project located in Anchorage, Alaska.
Alaska Business is thrilled to present the 2017 Top 49 Alaskan-owned and operated businesses ranked by gross revenue on Friday, September 29, 2017, at the Anchorage Marriott Downtown.
First National Bank Alaska’s Board of Directors recently appointed five Alaskans to new Branch Manager roles. All five banking experts will be responsible for consumer loans, branch operations, customer service and business development.
Beginning on Thursday, October 5, an estimated 640,000 Alaskans will receive Permanent Fund Dividend checks for $1,100. This year, the Alaska Permanent Fund division expects to distribute roughly $672,000,000. An estimated 87% of Alaskans will receive funds via direct deposit funds.
Small business owners typically pay a great deal of attention to marketing and managing their own companies; however, they often overlook the importance of their own commercial lease. The commercial lease, provided by the landlord, states the specifics of the agreed-upon lease (e.g. lease term, tenant inducements, monthly rent, etc.) and includes many additional clauses–many of which can–and should be–negotiated before the lease is signed.