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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 September 2019

In This Issue

Out of the Mine and into the Smelter

September 2019

Mining has long been a key fixture of Alaska’s economy. On a small scale, people flock to the 49th state to tour different operations. Kennecott Mine was once a booming copper mining site and is now a National Historic Landmark, attracting tourists eager to visit the ghost town and get a feel of the Gold Rush era it once dominated.