The BCI survey helps us gather data about what businesses consider obstacles in the local economy and measures Anchorage business confidence entering 2017.
The more respondents that we have the better, so we ask you to please take it and share it with other business leaders and peers. Learn more here.
What is AEDC?
AEDC is a private non-profit corporation (IRS code 501(c)(6)), operating since 1987. It exists to encourage growth and diversity in the Anchorage economy, promote a favorable business climate and improve the standard of living of Anchorage residents. Funding sources for the corporation are private contributions, municipal and state grants and contracts.
To grow a prosperous, sustainable and diverse economy.
By 2025, Anchorage is the #1 city in America to live, work and play.
Integrity: Being transparent and ethical in all our dealings
Credibility: Demonstrating competency and expertise in everything that we do
Proactive: Creating opportunities through innovative actions
Collaboration: Leveraging our strengths with the strengths of others
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Live. Work. Play. December events Dec. 7: Peterson Tower Holiday Party, 5-7 p.m., 510 L Street Dec. 8: Community Safety Area of Focus meeting, 3:30 – 5 p.m., AEDC Board Room Dec. 14: Education/Workforce Development Area of Focus meeting, 3:30-5 p.m., AEDC Board Room...read more
Our 9th annual Business Confidence Index survey has just launched. The BCI survey is extremely important to help us gather data about what businesses consider obstacles in the local economy, and to measure Anchorage business confidence entering 2017. The more...read more
Anchorage's "City of Lights" is back! Anchorage Downtown Partnership will provide complimentary holiday lights to downtown businesses that need them. You can participate by decorating your business before Shop Small Saturday, Nov. 26. All decorated store fronts will...read more
Consumer optimism in Anchorage broke trend in the third quarter of 2016 and rose slightly to an overall neutral indicator of 50.3. While the overall reading for the quarter was up 2.1 points compared to quarter two, the Personal Finance Confidence component,...read more