Business Events

November 1-3
AASG Fall Conference
Palmer High School: The purpose of the Alaska Association of Student Government is to provide leadership training, communication, and a student voice of issues at the local, state, and national levels.
November 3-9
Alaska Miners Association Conference
Dena’ina Center, Anchorage: The fall convention includes technical sessions, short courses, a trade show, and networking opportunities.
November 6-9
AGC of Alaska Annual Conference
Hotel Captain Cook, Anchorage: The mission of AGC of Alaska is to advocate for its members and the Alaska construction industry; to provide educational opportunities for its members; and to make the public aware of its members’ skills, responsibility, and integrity.
November 7-10
AASB Annual Conference
Anchorage Hilton Hotel: The mission of the Association of Alaska School Boards is to advocate for children and youth by assisting school boards in providing quality public education, focused on student achievement, through effective local governance.
November 16-19
AAMC Conference
Anchorage: The Alaska Association of Municipal Clerks is an organization that focuses on providing educational training and mentoring and professional growth opportunities.
November 18-22
AML Local Government Conference
Anchorage: The Alaska Municipal League is a voluntary, nonprofit, nonpartisan, statewide organization of 162 cities, boroughs, and unified municipalities, representing more than 97 percent of Alaska’s residents.
November 19-22
Alaska Tribal Conference on Environmental Management
Hilton Hotel, Anchorage: Organized by the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, this annual gathering brings together Tribes, non-profits, and state and federal organizations for a week of environmental conversations.
November 20-21
Alaska Resources Conference
Dena’ina Center, Anchorage: RDC’s purpose is to link various industries together to encourage a strong, diversified private sector and grow Alaska through responsible resource development.
December 3-4
Arctic Ambitions
Sheraton Anchorage Hotel: This is a premier business event hosted by World Trade Center Anchorage that focuses on trade, commerce, and investment in the Arctic.
December 8-11
ALASBO Annual Conference
Anchorage: Annual conference of the Alaska Association of School Business Officials.
January 2020
January 9-11
Alaska Wholesale Gift Show
Dena’ina Center, Anchorage: This event provides an opportunity for small business owners/producers to grow their buyer base, meeting face to face with other business owners, buyers, and managers. There are show specials on hotels, car rentals, travel concierges, and more.
January 21-23
Alaska Young Fishermen’s Summit
Baranof Hotel, Juneau: AYFS is designed to provide training, information, and networking opportunities for commercial fishermen early in their careers.
January 21-23
Health Summit
Hotel Captain Cook, Anchorage: This is the annual conference of the Alaska Public Health Association; the 2019 theme is “Healthy Alaskans: For Science, For Action, For Equity.”
January 23
Junior Achievement of Alaska Awards Banquet
Dena’ina Civic & Convention Center, Anchorage: Four new Alaskans will be inducted and recognized with this prestigious award. Attended by more than four hundred business representations, the program consists of a networking reception, dinner, and awards ceremony.
January 24-26
Alaska RTI/MTSS Effective Instruction Conference
Dena’ina Center, Anchorage: The mission of the Alaska Staff Development Network is to improve student achievement by providing researched-based online learning and face-to-face professional development programs for Alaska’s teachers and school administrators.
January 25
Alaska Treatment Free Beekeeping Symposium
Glenn Massay Theater, Palmer: The symposium is intended to benefit—and is open to—all apiarians/beekeepers regardless of experience or affiliation. Sharing ideas and methods can benefit all apiarians/beekeepers in their endeavors to becoming better, more successful beekeepers.
January 27-31
Alaska Marine Science Symposium
Hotel Captain Cook, Egan Center:Scientists, researchers, and students from Alaska, the Pacific Northwest, and beyond come to communicate research activities in the marine regions off Alaska.