More than 200 Attendees at the 2019 Small Business Fair!Posted on May 7, 2019 in News, Small Business Fair
The 10th Annual Hawaii Small Business Fair was held this past Saturday at Leeward Community College. Each year the Small Business Fair proves itself the premier small business resource for Hawaii’s entrepreneurs, small business owners and those who dream of starting their own businesses. The one-day event brings together professionals to share insights, advice on launching new businesses, and overcoming challenges faced by all small business owners.
Key organizers of the event include: The Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism (DBEDT), Small Business Administration (SBA), Leeward Community College (LCC), Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (DCCA)-Business Action Center, Patsy Mink Center for Business & Leadership, ForʻEwa Pono, Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and the Hawaii Small Business Development Center (SBDC).
More than fifty-five (55) of Hawaii’s top business advisors, Federal, State and County agencies, and leaders in Hawaii’s business communities were on-hand to provide attendees the opportunity to learn, network with and find out everything needed to grow their businesses or launch their business dreams.
And what a great turn out it was! More than two hundred (200) attendees from small business owners to entrepreneurs came out to learn, connect and support the growth of Hawaii’s businesses. Proving once again that the Hawaii Small Business Resource Fair is Hawaii’s premier resource fair for launching your business and supporting your growth needs!
View the 2019 Small Business Fair Booklet.
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