Apply Now for 2016 P2P
2016 Application Deadline is May 1
P2P can help connect you with resources and training to help grow your small business. Two winners each year receive $40,000 to launch or grow their businesses. The application period for the 2016 competition closes May 1. For more information about the contest, click here.
Or APPLY NOW.
Webinar replay available online
Watch a replay of the P2P informational webinar here.
Path to Prosperity is Coming to Your Community!
P2P administrators are traveling to communities in Southeast Alaska to answer questions about the competition and assist with the application process. If you or someone you know wants to launch or grow a business, come talk to us about how you can get connected with P2P!
2016 Outreach Schedule
Keep checking the website as we add more dates! Contact us here to set up a one-on-one meeting.
March 17 – Angoon – 4:30PM @ Angoon Cooperative Association Office
March 21 – Yakutat – 1:30PM @ Yakutat Tlingit Tribe Office
March 28 – Craig – One-on-one meetings available. Contact us here.
March 29 – Klawock – 11:00AM @ Votech Center
March 30 – Hydaburg – 2:00PM @ HCA Office
March 31 – Kasaan – One-on-one meetings available. Contact us here.
April 7 – Klukwan – 2:00PM @ Chilkat Indian Village Office
April 8 – Saxman/Ketchikan – CANCELLED
April 8 – Haines – 10:00AM @ Chamber of Commerce
April 13 – Kake – One-on-one meetings available. Contact us here.
April 14 – Hoonah – @ HIA Spring Conference and Clan Meeting. One-on-one meetings available. Contact us here.
April 22 – Wrangell – 12:00PM @ Wrangell Cooperative Association Office
Launch or grow your business
Three winning entrepreneurs will receive an award package of up to $40,000 in seed funding for consulting/technical assistance to develop their business concept, along with support in finding investor funding. The competition aims to launch companies that will increase local employment, have a positive social and economic impact on their communities, promote sustainable use of local resources, and increase entrepreneurial know-how and business leadership in Southeast Alaska.
Southeast Alaska’s rural communities are suffering high unemployment rates, the loss of traditional jobs and a stagnant economy. Many residents leave their home communities in search of opportunities in urban areas. This outmigration threatens the very fiber of rural community health and well being.
Goldbelt Corporation • University of Alaska Southeast School of Business • Simpson, Tillinghast, Sorensen & Sheehan, P.C. • Bainbridge Graduate Institute • Longenbaugh Law Firm • Sealaska Corporation • Central Council Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska
News & Announcements
Did you miss the webinar on April 5th? Do you want to learn about this year’s Path to Prosperity program? You can watch a recording here. Read More
Join us on Tuesday, April 5th at 5:30PM AKDT for a free informational webinar. P2P administrators will discuss the application process, eligibility,... Read More
The application period for the 2016 Path to Prosperity competition is now open! Read the press release announcing this year’s kick-off here. Read More
Join us on April 5, 2016 at 5:30 PM AKDT to learn about the Path to Prosperity competition. We will discuss the mission of P2P, as well as the rules and requirements of the competition. See how you can build on innovative ideas and grow your business through our program! Click here to join the webinar.Read More
Submit your application for the P2P Competition!Read More
12 Finalists AnnouncedRead More