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How I Started a Successful Business in Hawaiʻi

Location: College of Business and Economics Main Multipurpose Room (Room 101)

Hear from some of Big Island’s most successful entrepreneurs on how they made their first sale, and advice on how to start a business without a ton of money.

Featuring: Big Island Booch, Hana You, KUMUMEA, Simply Sisters, and more..

Special Restrictions: Must be a UH Hilo student to attend.

For more information, contact: htien@hawaii.edu (808) 825-0082

Tags: Business Entrepreneurship marketing jobs internships small business

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