For more than sixty-five years, Gold Pan Awards have been awarded to those who have shown business and entrepreneurial excellence, as well as a loyal commitment to Anchorage through community service. Find out who was selected this year.
Anchorage book publisher receives prestigious Better Business Award for ethics.
Alaska Plastic Recovery, the company behind Grizzly Wood, has made it through its first big year of work, traveling to and collecting more than 600,000 pounds of recycled plastic in eight Southcentral communities and turning it into formed-plastic lengths of recycled plastic lumber, or RPL, and bricks, useful for making signposts, decking, picnic tables, benches, and retaining walls.
A growing trend is for business owners to sell their business to their employees, ensuring a smooth transition for staff and clients.
Spruce Root, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering and supporting rural communities, recently announced that it and its Path to Prosperity suite of services won three awards from the International Economic Development Council.
After a devastating roof collapse last winter, FashionPact is returning to full strength. The Anchorage secondhand store is opening a new location at 68th Avenue and Lake Otis Parkway.