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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.
Contractors working in the Last Frontier are well aware of Alaska's short building season and familiar with projects with tight timelines—but they also know how to get the job done.
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.
As the coronavirus pandemic persists, going virtual takes on a deeper meaning for larger-scale events where people have traditionally gathered in person for training, education, and networking. Many Alaska organizations are converting their conventions, conferences, and other meetings to online or hybrid options that are safe for attendees.
Engineering firms offering environmental services in Alaska address a broad spectrum of issues that impact humans and wildlife—managing everything from COVID-19 wipe-downs and toxic mold issues to oil spill prevention planning and soil remediation.
Since 1984, Alaska Business has documented, analyzed, and promoted the mercantile health of the 49th state, from Alaska's multibillion-dollar industries to its single proprietors and small businesses.
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