Jontue Hollingsworth, owner of graphic design company Headron Collider, says design “has always been a part of me; I’ve always been creative.” It was while Hollingsworth was attending college to study industrial technology that he learned graphic design is a career “where I could be a professional and be creative at the same time.” He switched his major two years into school.
Businesses don’t generally have events just on a whim. Business events are purposeful: celebrating clients, fundraising, education, networking, and a myriad of other goals. No matter the purpose of a business event, it’s vital for the event to meet that goal.
Every business in Alaska has some kind of printing needs. While simple printing can generally be handled in-house, when it comes to marketing and PR materials, going to a professional shop is mandatory for high quality, big quantity, or large format printing, whether it’s a trade show display, an annual report, a car wrap, or a public art installation. Alaska has many local printing options, all of which are eager to aid their clients in finding the right printed solution.
My Grandma turns one hundred years old this September. Hazel Englund was born in Haines, Alaska, where she still resides today and is a true Alaskan Sourdough with an amazing story.
Thank you to our readers who helped us select the winners of Alaska Business Monthly’s first annual Best of Alaska Business Awards
“Don’t be afraid to fail. Be afraid not to try.” The advice by basketball great Michael Jordan is one of Jennifer Thompson’s favorite sayings and is a blueprint for how she runs her business, Thompson & Co. Public Relations.