Alaska Business magazine ranked Sealaska #11 in the 2019 Alaska Business Top 49ers listing, a 46 percent change in revenue. View the 2019 Top 49ers list here.
Each year, Alaska Business recognizes the Top 49 Alaskan-owned and -operated businesses, based on gross revenue. The Top 49ers list is published each October.
Sealaska’s consolidated continuing operations earned revenues of $429.3 million in 2018, up from $293.3 million in 2017. Sealaska has highlighted the great turnaround in income or profits it has created over the last five years. Revenue is another indicator of the success we’ve created by following our values and increasing our focus and discipline toward business success.
“We are proud of the growth in revenue and income Sealaska is creating,” said Sealaska President and CEO Anthony Mallott. “We are also happy that our success has come from our businesses utilizing our cultural values and a passion for problem-solving to address the issues facing our environment, specifically ocean health.”
Sealaska’s financial success allows continued investments in areas that benefit shareholders. This includes funding educational and professional development programs like scholarships and internships, providing semi-annual distributions to shareholders, and donating to cultural programs.