Robert Stanga, President of Hamakua Heritage Farm in Laupahoehoe, on the island of Hawaii, produces gourmet mushrooms known as Hamakua Mushrooms.
The State Trade and Export Promotion Program (Hi-Step), authorized by the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010, is a 3-year pilot trade and export initiative to make matching-fund grants for states to assist 'eligible small business concerns,' enter and succeed in the international marketplace.Read More
Hawaii – where life and aloha are part of the bottom lineNavigation
Imagine a place where life is part of the bottom line.
People dream about living and working in Hawaii. Some move here, some leave and return, and some simply stay here. But in almost every case, people choose Hawaii because it is a place where they want to be more than anywhere else on earth. They are humbled by its beauty, embraced by its people, enlightened by its culture and inspired by its spirit every day. Hawaii is unique.
Hawaii’s unique geography, culture and history make it ideal for a wide range of entrepreneurial, scientific and technological enterprises. The diversity of Hawaii’s business growth comes as a surprise to many. But it is a reality that is providing exciting new challenges and opportunities every day. Discover the unique approach to enterprise that can only be found in Hawaii…where business comes to life.
Hawaii Pavilion @ the 74th Tokyo International Gift Show September 4-6, 2013 Tokyo International Exhibition Center Tokyo, Japan The Tokyo International Gift Show is the largest international trade show in Japan with over 2,500 companies marketing gifts, consumer goods and accessories to over 200,000 domestic and international buyers. more detailRead More