You want to know—and we want to tell you—what’s happening with Alaska’s businesses: large corporations with thousands of employees or sole proprietorships filling a niche; manufacturers adding value to local resources or engineering firms with decades of specialized experience; or companies centralized in Southcentral or operating across Alaska’s slopes.
Browse below to get a comprehensive look of what’s happening—and why it matters.
ANHC will receive $3 million in general operating support to enhance and support its healing, cultural, and educational programming work and an additional $100,000 in technical services.
The expansion is primarily inside the existing US Forest Service lease area and will allow mine operations to continue past 2031, when the current facility is expected be full.
The program challenges Alaskans to complete in four wellness challenges in the month of October for the chance to win tech prizes.
The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is inviting Alaskans interested in owning a piece of the Last Frontier to participate in the Fall 2020 Alaska State Land Auction, which includes 110 road-accessible and remote parcels throughout the state.
Despite two months of pandemic-related downtime early in the year, Donlin Gold completed its planned drilling program of a total of 85 core holes in September.
The installation was completed with financial assistance from Chugach as part of a research project to gather information about the use of publicly available chargers in Anchorage.
Alaska nonprofits have through November 15 to submit applications for GCI Gives’ 2021 funding year.
More Than $28 Million in Relief Funds Distributed by DHSS and ACF with Second Round of Coronavirus Nonprofit Relief Fund Grant Awards
Eighty-three organizations across Alaska have been awarded $10.7 million in the second of three rounds of distributions.
Matson’s new Alaska-Asia Express service was launched on September 29, with the inaugural voyage from Dutch Harbor carrying Alaska seafood destined for China and Japan.
In This Issue
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.