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How to Start a Business in Hawaii (Hawaii Island - Kona)

Feb
28
2018
Wed 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM

This event has been canceled

Topic: Start-up Assistance

Have you ever thought about owning your own business? Is entrepreneurship right for you? How do you get started? All these questions and more will be answered at the ‘How To Start A Business In Hawai’i’ workshop.

Speaker(s): Dennis Boyd

Co-Sponsor(s): Hawaii SBDC & Central Pacific Bank

“We are located at the NELHA (Natural Energy Lab of HI) campus, accessed from Kaimanani Dr. (traffic light just south of the airport). From Kaimanani take a right onto Makako Bay Dr. and follow the road past the beach all the way to the end. We’re in Hale Iako on the right side of the road.” The Hawai‘i SBDC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Hawai‘i SBDC services are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis. Language assistance services are available for individuals with limited English proficiency as well as reasonable accommodations can be made for persons with disabilities. To make arrangements, please call 333.500 at least 2 weeks in advance.


Fee: $ 20.00

“Please pay on line by credit card at the time of registration or if that is not possible at the door by check – no cash accepted. Checks must be made out to “University of Hawaii at Hilo”. No refund

Phone: 8083335000

Location

West Hawai‘i Center
Hale Iako
73-970 Makako Bay Drive, Suite 108 Kailua Kona, HI 96740

 

The Hawai‘i Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is a program of the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo
funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.

This web site provides general information about the Hawai'i SBDC and other resource partners. The information contained in this website is not necessarily complete and does not constitute a contract. Information is subject to change at any given moment without prior notice and at the Hawai‘i SBDC's discretion. 

The Hawai‘i SBDC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Hawai‘i SBDC services are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis. Language assistance services are available for individuals with limited English proficiency as well as reasonable accommodations can be made for persons with disabilities.