One of the world's first accelerator programs devoted to aquaculture with offices in Hawaii, Norway, and Singapore, announced that it has raised $8.4 million for a fund solely dedicated to develop and scale disruptive aquaculture startups.
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.
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.
Project Orca email campaigns can include Personal Health Information (PHI), which makes the messages more relevant and drives better patient engagement.
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Hawaii tech company gets grant to develop a low-cost sensor capable of real human presence detection and occupant monitoring
The opening of the tech focused hub, connecting Hawaii’s business, start up and creative communities marks the first phase of completion of the Kakaako Innovation Block