Seattle-based nonprofit Business Impact Northwest adds to its Anchorage entrepreneurship services with a federally funded military veteran outreach office.
An Alaska apparel manufacturer, an environmental engineer, and a construction firm earn recognition from the US Small Business Administration.
The US Small Business Administration named a Small Business Person of the Year for each state. Alaska’s is Amie Sommer, and Virginia’s is an Alaskan, too.
Eleven Alaska business owners graduated from the US Small Business Administration’s T.H.R.I.V.E. Emerging Leaders Reimagined training series.
The US Small Business Administration cut the ribbon on a Women’s Business Center in Anchorage, extending the network to all fifty states and Puerto Rico.
A partnership between the federal government and a nonprofit consulting firm is extending microloans to small businesses in Alaska.
On the occasion of National Small Business Week this week, the IRS has some tips for anyone launching their own enterprise.
EXCERPT: New rules enable some mid-sized businesses to regain their small business status, qualifying for federal procurement and loan programs.
The opening of a Women’s Business Center in Anchorage puts the nationwide network run by the US Small Business Administration in all fifty states and Puerto Rico.
Despite their substantial economic impact, it is often more difficult for companies that are owned by minority groups to satisfy their business capital needs. That’s why it’s essential for minorities to have access to sufficient funding and support through government-backed loans, traditional bank financing, and creative funding options.