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HawaiiThrive.com, a community resource website featuring thousands of Hawaii businesses, also fosters business-to-business connections for entrepreneurs across the state.
Local restaurants and other businesses are joining forces to offer special discounts on food, goods and services as incentives if Hawaii residents download the app.
The center is touting industry-leading protocols for meetings and events, and new virtual meetings packages to offer guests the convenience of attending meetings remotely.
The logo design, a “P” folded over, represents two sides of Pacxa: business and technology.
The fifty participants work in a wide range of industries, including technology, education, consulting, energy, and financial services, and 65 percent are former Hawaii residents.
Hawaiian Telcom has been awarded $24 million from a Federal Communications Commission fund dedicated to "bridging the digital divide." The funding, part of the $20.4 billion Rural Digital Opportunity Fund, will go toward deploying fiber broadband service...
"We are ready to grow our program and welcome established digital currency companies to join us in enabling financial innovation."
I’m grateful to be chosen to lead Movers and Shakas, as we seek to reduce dependence on tourism by cultivating sectors like technology and encouraging remote work."
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The phone number will be ported to Aloha Tone, which will receive voicemails on incoming calls and will pass them on via email at no charge.
"This decision puts Hawaii in the lead nationally by reforming regulation to achieve a ‘win-win-win’ for customers, the utility, and the environment and climate."