The North Slope Marketplace provides technical training, cash, and financing to Arctic Slope Regional Corporation shareholder and descendant entrepreneurs.
The state-run “Made in Alaska” program provides a relatively easy way for makers to promote the Alaska authenticity of their goods. How about getting even more local? Alaska Native corporations have launched shareholder directories that allow members and nonmembers to look up and support businesses owned by other corporation shareholders or descendants.
Seattle-based nonprofit Business Impact Northwest adds to its Anchorage entrepreneurship services with a federally funded military veteran outreach office.
Cook Inlet Tribal Council held a grand opening for Denełchin Lab, an expanded maker space in Muldoon for education, entrepreneurship, and cultural connection.
A vegetable farm in Sitka and a packaged meal manufacturer from the Lower 48 that is expanding to Alaska are the prize winners at the 6th annual Sitka Food Business Innovation Contest.
The UAF College of Business and Security Management awarded more than $45,000 in cash prizes to inventors at the 2023 Arctic Innovation Competition.
Alaskan-owned Upper One Studios has developed a range of marketing and media tools to meet the needs of any small business or nonprofit budget.
The incredible story of PacBak and Brian McKinnon serves as inspiration for other underdogs looking to forge an entrepreneurial path in Alaska.
YouTube makes uploading videos easy, but making an income on the platform takes as much work as any traditional job. Several Alaskans have found success sharing their unique points of view—with a particularly stunning state as a background.
The UAA College of Business and Public Policy is taking entries for its 2023 Business Plan Competition through February 17, with finalists pitching to investors in April.