San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Please join us for the
3rd Annual Native Hawaiian Organizations Association's Business Summit Conference.
Kākou: The value of communication that we are in this together; "All of us".
Inclusiveness, we are one.
August 23-24, 2017
Hawaii Prince Hotel
The NHOA Business Summit Conference is a two-day event held in Waikiki on the island of Oahu. The focus of the conference is on legislative, legal and business issues relevant to small businesses in the federal contracting industry. Conference attendees will gain valuable knowledge, insight and practical tips for working with the federal government. In addition, attendees will have the opportunity to network with other businesses, contracting officers and other government representatives, as well as to the opportunity to form and develop relationships with potential teaming partners. We invite 8a, Hubzone, Veteran, and Women Owned companies to participate.
This conference will offer attendees the ability to choose from a diverse selection of sessions presented by an impressive lineup of speakers. Whether you are considering whether to get into federal contracting or you are an established federal contractor, this is an event you definitely don't want to miss!
*The Business Summit will feature B2B Matchmaking with prime contractors and government agencies; so be sure to indicate your interest during the registration process.
**Updates to Conference Agenda, Speakers, B2B Matchmaking and Other Optional Conference Events will be posted here and will be sent to registrants via email.
***For hotel reservations, please visit: http://bit.ly/1QHkSTM
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Native Hawaiian Organizations' Association
We are a trade association created to provide a unified voice for the Native Hawaiian Organizations (NHO) and their 8(a) subsidiaries, authorized by the Small Business Administration as NHO-owned 8(a) firms.
NHOs are tremendous economic tools for our native community through the development of job opportunities here in Hawaii, capacity building of innovative industries, and the support of important social and economic programs vital to the fabric of our community.