We hope you enjoyed the film “She Started It” and gleaned some insights into actual startup life with the stories shared by Tiffany Quezada during our Fireside Chat! It is not easy to build a startup here in Hawaii but definitely not impossible.
A good start would be to check out the resources for entrepreneurs here on the island – and we were fortunate to have 3 of the leading entities as sponsors of this event. A big Thank You to Hawaii’s leading tech startup accelerator – Blue Startups, one of the top 10 coding schools in the U.S. – DevLeague and last but not least, ImpactHub Honolulu for hosting us!
Reach out to them to learn what they can do for you and if you are an entrepreneur embarking on your journey, we wish you all the very best in your endeavors! Special thanks to Ellen Ng for organizing!
Rich Figel, of CareerChangersTV, interviewed our Community Manager Anne Weber for his show CareerChangersTV on Spectrum OC16 starting September 6 and airing through the month of September.
If you’re curious about what coworking is, who should cowork, and why you should go to Impact Hub Honolulu, this is the answer. Remember, we are free till 9/6 so come in and check us out.
August 24, Impact Hub Honolulu, VegFest Oahu and Good Food Movement hosted 100 guests on our second day in business! It was a fantastic opportunity to join together in the name of sustainability and community. Juicy Brew catered delicious vegan goodies and fun was had by all!
Check out the turnout! Such a great crowd!
Wetware Wednesday was a great end to our first day of coworking, the event was sponsored by Hawaii Technology Development Corporation or HTDC for short. There were pupus from Gordon Biersch and beer from Golden Road and plenty networking and team building to kickoff HACC 2017, the state sponsored Hawaii Annual Code Challenge. Check out some of the images below from the event.