Mana Up says it received a record-breaking 130 applications for this latest round, creating the largest cohort ever.
HawaiiThrive.com, a community resource website featuring thousands of Hawaii businesses, also fosters business-to-business connections for entrepreneurs across the state.
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 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...