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Thursday, April 15, 2021
Dr Fortress
GI Partners of San Francisco acquires a majority interest in DR Fortress, LLC, in partnership with the company's management team.
Gigerati matches available gig work with a local community of qualified gig workers looking to maximize flexibility and opportunities.
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...
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.
"We all need to band together as a community to support local businesses through these tough times, which is why we decided to make our platform free,” says Hawaiiverse CEO Jared Kushi.
AES Lāwaʿi
KIUC’s upward movement on renewable penetration and downward trend on rates is expected to continue through 2021.
The Navy’s Office of Naval Research, under the Asia Pacific Technology Education Program, announced today that it will invest $30 million dollars in the Hawaii-based Energy Excelerator. The new Navy commitment triples the funding that the program operated with over the past three years, showing that they recognize the value of Hawaii as an ideal place for new energy innovation. The Energy Excelerator funds seed-stage and growth-stage startups with compelling energy solutions and immediate application in Hawaii.
Hub Coworking Hawaii, a Honolulu-based coworking space known as "the Hub," has partnered with Next For Me, a media company that publishes books, newsletters, and research on the topics of entrepreneurship, career moves, and what’s...
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."
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.