Working remote and connected to build software startups
Alaska is vast in both scale and diversity. It is a place of great connectedness, where people and technology shape the land, and the land shapes the people and technology. Twin brothers Lucas and Lee Brown are on a mission to shape the Last Frontier into the Tech Frontier - for software startups. Technology has advanced to easily enable working remotely, while still being connected. Outside of aggregating in big cities, a higher quality of life can be achieved. Being disconnected from the lower forty-eight states, Alaskans have bonded together and have formed a strong sense of community - a critical factor in building sustainable startups. Join us building the startup community and tech ecosystem in Alaska.
Geeks Venture Studio partners alongside Alaskan entrepreneurs to build sustainable web-based businesses. Unlike accelerators that run competitive programs and founder-bootcamps, venture studios partner with entrepreneurs - providing the talent and financial resources to build out ideas together. Geeks Venture Studio deploys a combination of technology expertise, vetted startup experience, and our unique software framework designed to quickly develop ideas into growing tech enterprises.Venture Studio
Standard Operating Procedures
New ubiquitous platform for standardizing and sharing operating procedures (SOP) to increase performance and collaboration of diverse global teams. Keeni Space simplifies the new and complex by enabling anybody to create and run standard operating procedures anytime, anywhere, on any device.
Aurora Detection and Notification
Aurora.cam uses advanced image recognition technology to detect the visibility of auroras in real-time. When an active aurora is detected, the service will notify subscribers - encouraging them to wake up and get outside to enjoy the truly unique experience.
Geeks Accelerator is a non-profit organization that provides educational programs in Alaska with a focus on technical leadership and startup entrepreneurs. Once a year, Geeks Accelerator conducts a 10 week bootcamp-style program where 2-4 teams convene in-person in Alaska with the goal of each venture to scale their innovation. In addition to the structured accelerator program, Geeks Accelerator is focused year-round on creating positive change in the startup and tech communities in Alaska.Alaska Accelerator
In order to experiment with work life integration, we have two unique properties in Alaska. Both of the properties are surrounded by some of the world’s most breathtaking scenery and provide endless access to renowned outdoor adventures year-round. While the Valdez property is a modern retreat with three houses, the McCarthy property is natural and undeveloped. Both properties encourage software engineers, entrepreneurs and other creative professionals to work remotely yet connected.Properties
Geeks in Valdez
Nestled at the foothills of the Chugach Mountains overlooking Robe Lake, the Geeks in Valdez property is located just 10 miles outside of downtown Valdez and 20 miles from the summit of Thompson Pass. This property is the premier destination to work remotely and connected in Alaska.
Geeks in McCarthy
Staying at the Geeks in McCarthy property is a daring journey into the big unknown within America’s largest national park. The Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve is a spectacular environment with vast mountainous terrain dominated by glaciers and rivers with furious meltwater. Once the snow melts, this property is an extreme destination to work remotely yet connected.