The Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority (AIDEA) is dedicated to promoting diversification and economic expansion in Alaska. The site provides a number of programs on financing and business development, as well as information on various business regulations and policies. News stories and industry events are also available.
The Alaska Small Business Development Center itself, along with its network of various programs, provides its website users with information about low-cost business resources and additional services for aspiring Alaskan entrepreneurs. There are numerous online tools available on the website, and additionally, there is a directory for inexpensive workshops and seminars in Alaska.
The Small Business Assistance Center provides valuable information and direction for entrepreneurs, start-ups, and existing businesses in Alaska. This resource offers a list of training events, as well as information related to financing, marketing, industries, and taxes.
The Port of Alaska (POA) is a deep-water port which serves as a hub for international business. This site contains information regarding the port's role in Alaskan business and its day-to-day operations. Recent news and media relating to the port are also available on the site.
The Alaska branch of the U.S. Commercial Service specializes in helping small to medium-sized companies develop and execute exporting strategies. The site contains a number of exporter resources including HS codes, controls and licenses, a guide to exporting, and export training.
The World Trade Center Anchorage is a private organization offering international trade and business services for Alaskan businesses. It helps member businesses compete globally by addressing five core subjects: trade capacity, trade development, trade facility, trade service, and trade network.