August 23, 2014 Honolulu Community College, Honolulu, HI
DBEDT and small business service providers will bring its second series of business workshops and exhibits to help entrepreneurs launch their dreams into reality.
Hawaii – where life and aloha are part of the bottom lineNavigation
The Office of International Affairs (OIA)* promotes the internationalization of Hawaii through four basic objectives:
The OIA supports and promotes policies and programs to advance international partnerships and relationships in order to foster economic, political, cultural and educational relationships between Hawaii and strategic alliances overseas. OIA’s strategy is to collaborate with private organizations and governments to deliver international programs and services that support trade and economic development. Activities and initiatives include protocol and diplomatic matters, sister-state activities, international literacy promotion among the citizens of Hawaii (current and future workforce), foreign investment attraction to Hawaii, clearinghouse of international activities, intra-agency coordinator of international activities with the Executive and Legislative branches of government.
The OIA functions by leveraging existing relationships in Hawaii and overseas to expand initiatives that support and promote global trade, economic and workforce development.