Does your business have exciting news it wants to share with the rest of the Anchorage Chamber membership? To submit an announcement, log in to your Anchorage Chamber profile and complete a News Release. For assistance accessing your account, call (907) 272-2401.
Anchorage Chamber staff will review and approve all submissions.
2022 Red Nose Day Fundraising is Back! The noses are back! Since 2015, Walgreens has proudly served as the exclusive retailer of the Red Nose – the iconic symbol of the annual Red Nose Day campaign. Each spring, our customers, team members and community partners happily anticipate the return of the Red Nose. Red Nose Day USA is an annual fundraising campaign to end the cycle of child poverty and ensure a healthy future for all children. Comic Relief US, is the nonprofit behind Red Nose Day. Red Nose Day
Visit Anchorage hosts a new event on May 11 to help Alaskans plan their summer adventures. The Stay & Play Trade Show connects residents with nearly 70 local travel and adventure companies to discover what’s new and help plan your fun in the months ahead. Explore on your own, or make plans with visiting friends and family — enjoy new outdoor experiences and see a different side of the city. The Stay & Play Trade Show is free to attend. Many companies will bring their products and services into the Dena’ina
Recruiters for Peter Pan Seafoods are hosting an in-person recruitment at the Anchorage Midtown Job Center on Thursday, May 05 and Friday, May 06, 2022 @ 9:00 a.m. in room #104. For more information, please call the Seafood Office at (907) 269-4520.
PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release For More information Contact:Flora L. Teo, PresidentJunior Achievement of Alaska(907) firstname.lastname@example.org Longtime Alaskans Inducted to the Alaska Business Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony to be held in Anchorage Thursday, January 19, 2023 ANCHORAGE, AK –5 outstanding Alaska business leaders will join the
Contract Negotiations: Should You Dominate or Collaborate? Negotiations are often tainted with the shadow of self-interest. Participants in a negotiation are often concerned with what they can gain from it rather than what they can give to the other person. This shouldn’t be a surprise—humans are built to be competitive. However, people are also naturally cooperative when they want to be. Negotiations don't always have to be a winner-take-all fight to the death, and collaborative negotiations can result