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Not in it? Get Listed! Contact the Survey Administrator and let her know the directory you want listed in. See the monthly schedule and Power List categories below.

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2019 Monthly Directory Schedule

January: Annual Power List published (Available in print, digital, and Excel)
February: Architects & Engineers
March: Construction Contractors
April: Corporate 100
May: Oil & Gas
June: Transportation
July: Best of Alaska Business Awards (BABA)
August: Environmental Services Firms & Recycling Services
September: Alaska Native Corporations
October: Top 49ers
November: Mining
December: No Directory

2019 Power List Categories

Best of Alaska Business Awards (BOAB)

Top 49ers

Corporate 100

Accounting Firms

Advertising & Public Relations

Alaska Native Corporations
Regional Corporations
Village Corporations

Architects & Engineers


General Contractors
Electrical Contractors
Heavy Equipment Dealers
Commercial & Industrial Suppliers

Conventions & Corporate Travel
Chambers & CVB’s
Passenger Airlines
Lodging & Venues

Economic Development Organizations

Colleges & Universities
Vo-Tech Schools

Employer Services

Energy & Power

Environmental & Recycling
Environmental Services Firms
Recycling Services

Financial Services
Banks & Credit Unions
Small Business Loans
Wealth Management

Health & Wellness
Healthcare Services
Occupational Health

Law Firms

Mining Companies

Office Equipment & Furniture

Oil & Gas
Exploration & Production
Services, Support, Supplies & Equipment

Real Estate – Commercial

Telecom & Technology
Information Technology
Telecom Service Providers

Transportation & Shipping
Air Cargo
Rail & Truck
Ports & Harbors



Who’s Who in Alaska Business
(Top Executives Indexed)

Alaska Business Magazine November 2019 cover

In This Issue

Mining in 2019: The Year in Review

November 2019

Following a year when metal prices were both up and down—sometimes dramatically; when international trade squabbles spooked investors to both enter and exit the metals markets; and when mining companies started the year cautiously bullish but ended it cautious bearish, those involved in Alaska mineral exploration, development, and production are once again asking themselves: “Where did we succeed, where did we fail, and where do we go from here?”