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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Designed to support women entrepreneurs looking to remain resilient in their operations, Ascent is packed with content and resources and backed by academic research.
The intent of the COVID-19 Quality Initiative is to stabilize and strengthen early childhood and afterschool/school-age education programs.
“[This] news is a key indicator that the PPP is working for all small businesses across our Nation,” says SBA Administrator Jovita Carranza.
Mike Taras has worked for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game for many years, but this is the first time he has said the words “nuisance lynx.”
This delivery completed the transport of six new locomotives to replace the old fleet which was built in the ’60s.
APU will use the donation to administer the GCI Donovan Walsh Scholarship, which will award ten scholarships to students based on need.
For businesses owners and managers, it’s vital to address mental health in the workplace to ensure the well being of employees and maintain productivity.
Oil and gas exploration companies offered more than $7 million for the rights to explore for oil and gas on 191,248 acres of State of Alaska land in the Arctic region.
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Imagine hosting an event with an array of prospective clients in attendance, and the first slide of your presentation reads: “Here Is Exactly How Not to Hire Us.” It seems counterintuitive, but this is precisely what ARM Creative has done with its educational event series: SOTI.