Check Out Alaska’s Top 49ers!
A report from the National Park Service (NPS) estimates that parks attracted 2,023,881 visitors who spent $1,160,600,000 in 2022.
Vigor Alaska awarded $3.65 million contract to maintain and repair US Coast Guard Cutter John McCormick at Ketchikan Shipyard.
Alaska to receive more than $440 million through Indian Health Service to improve sanitation infrastructure in communities across the state.
Just Sew in Palmer is closing its doors after more than 30 years operating as a fabric and quilting store.
The North Slope Marketplace provides technical training, cash, and financing to Arctic Slope Regional Corporation shareholder and descendant entrepreneurs.
What retailers choose to stock at their remote Alaska stores—food, snowmachine or boat parts, fuel—could mean survival for residents of small villages.
The fight to amend the exclusion of five Southeast communities from Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act continues today, fifty years after the act passed.
The state-run “Made in Alaska” program provides a relatively easy way for makers to promote the Alaska authenticity of their goods. How about getting even more local? Alaska Native corporations have launched shareholder directories that allow members and nonmembers to look up and support businesses owned by other corporation shareholders or descendants.
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2023 Top 49ers Luncheon
Celebrate with Alaska Business as we honor the 2023 Top 49ers, businesses that were launched in Alaska and remain headquartered here, as ranked by gross revenue.
September 26 – September 28
The Alaska Chamber’s 2023 Fall Forum will be held in Anchorage at the Downtown Hilton Hotel.
The Contractors Plan
The annual economic report prepared for the Alaska Oil and Gas Association conference anticipates $14 billion in industry spending, supporting 2,600 to 2,900 jobs.
Repair vessel IT Integrity is in position to fix Quintillion’s fiber optic cable at the bottom of the Arctic Ocean that was severed by sea ice in June.
Seattle-based nonprofit Business Impact Northwest adds to its Anchorage entrepreneurship services with a federally funded military veteran outreach office.
Cook Inlet Tribal Council held a grand opening for Denełchin Lab, an expanded maker space in Muldoon for education, entrepreneurship, and cultural connection.