Taylored Restoration has hired Tyler Kirn as Project Manager. Kirn graduated from UAA with a bachelor’s in global logistics and supply chain management.
The Alaska Native Heritage Center has been awarded a $1.25 million grant to launch Unguwat: Resilience & Connection, a new Indigenous wellness project to serve young Alaska Native people.
“We appreciate the hard work and dedication of our lenders. They play a vital role in financing the startup, growth, and recovery of Alaska’s small businesses,” says SBA Alaska District Director Steve Brown.
In 2012, an 85-year-old scientist and his son-in-law pulled a cylinder of muck from a faraway island. They carried it home like a newborn baby, froze it, and mailed it to a researcher across the country.
Justin Mills has joined the Key Private Bank as a relationship manager in Alaska. In this role, Mills collaborates with the entire Key Private Bank team in delivering the full continuum of wealth management solutions to clients in the high net worth channel.
September 18 was a busy day for Alaskan entrepreneur Jessie Janes, owner of Zip Kombucha: he launched Black Label Booch, the company’s new signature hard kombucha line, and hosted the grand opening of Zip Kombucha’s recently renovated taproom at the company’s midtown location on Arctic Boulevard near 36th Avenue.