The 2020 Power List
The Power List is an exceptional tool that connects you to businesses in every major Alaska industry and includes unique information such as number of employees and the year companies were established. Published every January, the data is submitted by the companies themselves; it is an evolving resource that includes directory data from throughout the year (which was published in our monthly editions) as well as directories unique to the Power List.
The printed edition of the Power List is available for purchase and so is an Excel version, which allows you to organize the data in the way that best suits your needs.
Please see below for purchasing details, information on how to be listed, our monthly directory schedule, and a list of categories in the 2020 Power List.
Is your organization missing? Getting listed is free and the surveys are completed quickly.
Please contact Survey Administrator Emily Olsen for more information and to make sure your organization is part of the data collection process.
2020 Monthly Schedule
January: Annual Power List (print, digital, and Excel)
February: Architects & Engineering
April: Corporate 100
May: Oil & Gas
July: Best of Alaska Business (BOAB)
August: Industry Support Services
September: Alaska Native Corporations
October: Top 49ers
December: No Directory
2020 Power List Categories
Best of Alaska Business (BOAB)
Advertising & Public Relations
Alaska Native Corporations
Architects & Engineering
Commercial Real Estate
Commercial & Industrial Suppliers
Heavy Equipment Dealers
Conventions & Corporate Travel
Chambers & CVBs
Lodging & Venues
Energy & Power
Banks & Credit Unions
Health & Wellness
Office Equipment & Furniture
Oil & Gas
Exploration & Production
Services, Support, Supplies & Equipment
Telecom & Technology
Telecom Service Providers
In This Issue
Spreading the Word
When Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) first aired TV commercials featuring the tagline, “A Place That’s Always Been,” the reaction was surprising. Not only because they received numerous accolades and marketing awards for the campaign but because, at the time, it was rare for Alaska Native corporations to market themselves through the media.