Exporting

DBEDT is leading a group of 19 Hawaii companies to Orlando, Florida, January 8-10, 2015, for Surf Expo, the longest running and largest boardsports and beach/resort lifestyle tradeshow in the world. For more information, e-mail Jamie Lum at jamie.k.lum@hawaii.gov. We have successfully filled the Hawaii Pavilion spaces, so applications are closed.   The following companies ...
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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – A new program seeks to help local companies that sell overseas. Michael Sacharski, chair of the Hawaii Pacific Export Council, and Jamie Lum, from the State Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, are here on Sunrise with all the details.

The Hawaii Pacific Export Council is seeking applicants for a nine-month program to help companies enter the export market or expand their export businesses.

Surf Expo is the longest running and largest boardsports and beach/resort lifestyle tradeshow in the world. Named one of the fastest growing tradeshows for attendance in 2013, the event draws buyers from specialty stores across 69 countries throughout North, Central and South Americas; the Caribbean, Europe and Asia. The show features approximately 2,600 booths of ...
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The 78th Tokyo International Gift Show opened on September 3rd at the Big Sight venue in Tokyo. Hawaii companies began tallying up sales to interested buyers from throughout Japan. This is the largest international trade show in Japan, which showcases personal gifts, consumer goods and decorative accessories to over 200,000 buyers expected to attend. DBEDT ...
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The Business of Exporting is a unique nine-month program that looks at how Hawaii companies who export can capture and maintain profit growth. Conducted by the Hawaii Pacific Export Council (HPEC) and sponsored by the State of Hawaii Department of Business Economic Development & Tourism (DBEDT), the program looks at the impact that exporting abroad can place on a company's fundamental business processes at home, and how the results can be managed for profit accumulation and overall growth of the company.
The Business of Exporting is open to all companies on all islands across the State of Hawaii.

The Business of Exporting is a unique nine-month program that looks at how Hawaii companies who export can capture and maintain profit growth. Conducted by the Hawaii Pacific Export Council (HPEC) and sponsored by the State of Hawaii Department of Business Economic Development & Tourism (DBEDT), the program looks at the impact that exporting abroad can place on a company's fundamental business processes at home, and how the results can be managed for profit accumulation and overall growth of the company.
The Business of Exporting is open to all companies on all islands across the State of Hawaii.

The annual BIO International Convention, which took place last week in San Diego was a huge success for the Hawaii companies. DBEDT’s Business Development and Support Division (BDSD) organized a Hawaii Pavilion with six of Hawaii’s leading innovative life science companies: Hawaii Biotech, Pono Pharma, Cardax, Tissue Genesis, HNU-Nanopoint, and Eyegenix. Also participating were the ...
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The annual BIO International Convention officially opened today, June 23rd in San Diego. DBEDT’s Business Development and Support Division (BDSD) and High Technology Development Corporation (HTDC)...

Going Global seminar

Posted on Jun 20, 2014 in Exporting, News

Going Global So you think you can export? The ABCs of exporting to the World Save the date: Thursday, July 10, 2014 Have you ever thought of growing your company by exporting overseas? Have you ever tried to trade overseas, but were confused by the regulations, language barriers and different ways of conducting business? If ...
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