Every Alaska industry is an important part of the state’s economic fabric. Alaska’s well-known industries like oil and gas, mining, and fishing are inextricably linked with engineering services, financial institutions, healthcare facilities—even nonprofit endeavors. It is our goal to cover businesses in all of Alaska economic and geographic sectors, from family-operated farms in the Mat-Su and manufacturers in Fairbanks to budding cannabis dispensaries, tourism-based entities in Southeast, or Southcentral’s large retailers.
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For almost fifty years, Gulkana has worked to have land that was taken returned to the village. Over many decades, people have trespassed through the village’s sacred burial grounds to gain access to the river, thereby desecrating grave sites.
Central Council of Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska (Tlingit & Haida) is pleased to announce the promotion of Alison Schoonover to Sacred Grounds Café Manager.
The University of Alaska Foundation Board of Directors named Dr. Tod A. Burnett as President of the University of Alaska Foundation and Chief Development Officer of the University of Alaska.
$2.5 million of the grant program will be set aside for general nonprofits, while $1.5 million of the grant program will be set aside for arts and culture nonprofits.
From April through September, six premium ships will take guests on authentic Alaska experiences throughout the Great Land.
The E175 jet gives Alaska Airlines the flexibility to increase daily frequency between Anchorage and Fairbanks and to provide year-round service to King Salmon and Dillingham.
Transportation and logistics providers are constantly balancing a customer’s need for a timely and cost-effective shipping solution, while also considering the different modes of transport available to move items from origin to destination.
Ross Goble has joined Parker, Smith and Feek as an Account Executive in its Anchorage office. Ross helps businesses and non-profit organizations create a unique and comprehensive risk management program.
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Triumphant Journeys: The Alaska Business 2020 Top 49ers
One factor that contributes to successful business operations is the ability to adapt to new situations; rare is the organization that flourishes without changing at all. This year, as we are all acutely aware by now, will go down in history for many, many things including the wide range of methods implemented by businesses as they adapted to the new landscape presented to them by COVID-19.