Business conventions and conferences (12/2/13)

December 1, 2013 

Week of Dec. 2-7

Dec. 2-6: Bureau of Indian Affairs' 23rd Annual Tribal Service Providers Conference, 1,800 delegates and 30 exhibits at Dena'ina Civic and Convention Center. Estimated economic impact: $1,029,079

Dec. 3-5: Alaska Department of Commerce Community & Economic Development's Big Game Commercial Board meeting, 100 delegates at BP Energy Center. Estimated economic impact: $47,076

Dec. 3-6: Alaska State Department of Fish & Game's Board of Fisheries meeting, Chignik Finfish, 120 delegates at Egan Convention Center. Estimated impact: $56,491

Dec. 3-6: Alaska Department of Education & Early Development's Cognitive Coaching Training, 30 delegates at Westmark Anchorage Hotel. Estimated economic impact: $14,122

Dec. 4-6: Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, 250 delegates and 15 exhibits at Hotel Captain Cook. Estimated economic impact: $172,203

Dec. 5-6: Association of Alaska School Boards' Executive Administrative Assistant Workshop, 30 delegates at Homewood Suites by Hilton. Estimated impact: $14,122

Dec. 5-6: Alaska Chapter of Educational Facility Planners' International Chapter Conference, 70 delegates and 15 exhibits at King Career Center. Estimated economic impact: $69,295

Dec. 5-6: Bristol Bay Native Corp.'s Village Leadership Workshop, 250 delegates and 12 exhibits at Hilton Anchorage. Estimated economic impact: $146,763

Dec. 6-7: Association of Alaska School Boards' Winter Boardsmanship Academy, 75 delegates at Clarion Suites Downtown. Estimated economic impact: $35,307

Source: Visit Anchorage

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