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Friday, February 28, 2020
House of Mana Up
House of Mana Up will features dozens of local brands that showcase Hawaii’s blend of diverse cultures and its unique sense of place, starting with Mana Up’s portfolio of local products by innovative entrepreneurs.
Hawaiian Airlines
The 15,000-square-foot center in Tempe will house 60 employees, nearly 30 percent of the company's team of 220 IT professionals — but the company plans to double the size of its Arizona team.
Members of this new program will be able to use co-working space in Hawaii at Jelly Works' Box Jelly and in Kyoto at engawa KYOTO, Dentsu's co-working space.
The Mililani location offers access for local businesses needing immediate protection from disruptive events such as hurricanes, tsunamis, and power outages. Located on a 5-acre lot, the facility offers expansion space based on customer demand.
Wind Turbines
Hawaiian Electric achieved a 28.4 percent consolidated renewable portfolio standard in 2019, despite having significantly lower wind energy production and not having Hawaii Island's geothermal resource available.
Grow with Google
Visiting Google presenters and coaches hosted free ‘Grow with Google’ workshops today at Kaimuki Public Library, with onsite instruction provided to local jobseekers, small business, and nonprofit leaders on integral digital skills necessary in today’s business environment.
Dr Fortress
GI Partners of San Francisco acquires a majority interest in DR Fortress, LLC, in partnership with the company's management team.
Charlie Thomas, 18, will be the youngest of four program volunteers and the first New Zealander to ever work at Kure Atoll, living without internet or cell phone service while cleaning up marine debris.
IEEE
Hawaiian Telcom Honored by World’s Largest Technical Professionals Organization for Commitment to Rural Broadband Deployment
We Are More
Maui-based We Are More, an electrical contracting company, has unveiled a "Social Wi-Fi" marketing system that it says will transform how companies do business in Hawaii, converting free Wi-Fi users into social connections that can be converted into loyal customers.