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Top 49ers Luncheon and Networking Social

September 30 @ 11:30 am - 2:00 pm

$49 – $600
Top 49ers Luncheon

Join Alaska Business as we celebrate the Top 49ers, the state’s largest Alaska-headquartered companies ranked by revenue. This year we are excited to welcome attendees to join us in person for the luncheon, Executive Q&A, and (new this year) ice cream social. For those unable to join us in the room, we’re happy to extend an invitation to join us virtually for the presentation and Executive Q&A. Whether you’re physically with us or joining via tech, we’re excited to share this unique opportunity to get to know more about some of Alaska’s largest, privately-owned companies.

Details

Date:
September 30
Time:
11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Cost:
$49 – $600
Website:
akbizmag.com/2022-top49ers/

Venue

Dena’ina Center
600 W 7th Avenue
Anchorage, AK 99501 United States
View Venue Website

Organizer

Alaska Business

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