Alaska Economic Trends
Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development
Alaska Business Monthly
"Alaska Business Monthly was established in 1984 and is Alaska's premier business magazine and website. Its goal is to promote economic growth in the state by providing a thorough and objective discussion and analysis of the issues and trends affecting Alaska's business sector; and by featuring stories on the individuals, organizations, and companies that shape the Alaska economy.
Alaska Business Monthly emphasizes the importance of all enterprises, from the large multinational corporations that do business in the state to the numerous sole proprietorships. It stresses a statewide approach to business coverage with stories from all regions of the state and offers topical diversity just as broad as the Alaska economy itself."
Alaska Journal of Commerce
Resource Review Newsletters
A periodic publication of the Resource Development Council for Alaska, Inc.
"The Alaska State Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to improving the business environment in Alaska. The Alaska Chamber represents hundreds of businesses from Ketchikan to Barrow that share a common goal: to make Alaska a viable and competitive place to do business.
Through legislative advocacy, communications and publications, membership benefits and services, and special networking events, the Chamber continues to expand economic opportunities for all Alaskans."
"The mission of the Alaska Miners Association (AMA) is to advocate for and promote responsible mineral development in the state of Alaska. The Alaska Miners Association serves as a clearinghouse for information and a center of expertise for our members and all Alaskans. AMA advocates to the public and policymakers about practices that ensure the livelihood of Alaska’s mineral industry."
"RDC is the Resource Development Council for Alaska, Inc., a statewide business association comprised of individuals and companies from Alaska’s oil and gas, mining, forest products, tourism and fisheries industries. RDC’s membership includes Alaska Native Corporations, local communities, organized labor, and industry support firms. RDC’s purpose is to encourage a strong, diversified private sector in Alaska and expand the state’s economic base through the responsible development of our natural resources.
RDC was formed in 1975, originally as the Organization for Management of Alaska's Resources (OMAR). After three years working to obtain a trans-Alaska gas pipeline, RDC changed its name to reflect its broader agenda of education and advocacy on all resource issues in Alaska."
"The Alaska Travel Industry Association (ATIA), the state’s leading tourism membership organization, is announcing a new partnership with Adventure Green Alaska (AGA). "
"With over 60 years experience in Alaskan waters, CLAA is dedicated to providing exceptional service while assisting with all of your requirements for a comfortable cruise and easy connections throughout Alaska and beyond."
"Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) is the world's largest cruise industry association with representation in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australasia. CLIA represents the interests of cruise lines and travel agents before regulatory and legislative policy makers. CLIA is also engaged in travel agent training, research and marketing communications to promote the value and desirability of cruise holiday vacations with thousands of travel agency and travel agent members."
"SEAGO speaks for sustainable management of fisheries on behalf of the charter fishing industry in Southeast Alaska - a major contributor to the more than 1.4 billion dollar sport fishing industry across our state."
"The mission of Southeast Conference is to undertake and support activities that promote strong economies, healthy communities, and a quality environment in Southeast Alaska."
"The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business organization representing the interests of more than 3 million businesses of all sizes, sectors, and regions. Our members range from mom-and-pop shops and local chambers to leading industry associations and large corporations. They all share one thing in common—they count on the Chamber to be their voice in Washington, D.C."
"The U.S. Superyacht Association (USSA) is a trade association, representing hundreds of business and thousands of individuals, whose mission is "To promote and support the U.S. Superyacht industry and its members worldwide through advocacy, marketing and education.” The USSA is made up of a variety of businesses across the United States that represent thousands of jobs and tremendous economic impact on our economy. We need a strong unified voice to protect the superyacht industry."