11:30 a.m. Registration & Networking
12:00 p.m. Program & Lunch (scroll to the bottom for menu)
“The Triple Bottom Line of Doing Business in Hawai‘i: Kuleana, Mālama and Aloha.”
It’s no secret that doing business in Hawai’i can be difficult. It’s made even more complex with Hawai’i's expanded triple bottom line of kuleana, malama and aloha. Hawai’i customers and communities expect to see businesses balance financial needs with long-standing values that reflect the culture and traditions of an island state with the most isolated population on Earth. Come and learn why businesses that embrace Hawai’i's triple bottom line succeed at merging commerce with culture.
About Mahina Martin
Born and raised on Maui and with nearly 30 years of community engagement work that included leadership roles in Hawaii corporations, state and county government positions, and community-based organizations, Mahina offers a unique view of how marketing, public affairs, and cultural perspectives are distinctly interwoven in Hawai’i.
Menu (included in admission price):
Max's famous fried chicken, soup of the day, pancit canton (vegetarian noodles), pork adobo, chopsuey (vegetarian), rice, soda/iced tea and caramel bar for dessert.
*No refunds after March 8 at 12 p.m. Questions? Call Christina Yumul at 808-633-4089 or email email@example.com