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The State of Hawaii Business Pivot Program, funded by federal CARES funds, provides Hawai'i's small businesses and non-profits assistance to "pivot" their businesses. Eligible companies may receive up to $10,000 for expenses related to pivoting or adjusting their company to meet the new economic environment. The Chamber of Commerce Hawaii has implemented a workshop series to support our community in understanding their eligibility, the application process, and help in pivoting their businesses.
This workshop is specifically designed to assist business owners with developing a "pivot" plan for their business. In this webinar we will share examples of successful pivots across different industries and introduce tools to help you pivot such as Creating Market Uniqueness, Growing My Business, Scaling My Business, and Developing a Recurring Revenue Model. We conclude the session with time to complete the Chamber of Commerce Pivot Expense Reimbursement Application and will be available to answer questions.
Workshops Provided By:
Founder and Managing Director, Ekklesia Capital
Ekklesia Capital was founded to help business owners create Lasting Company Value by building, growing, and securing their company value to the 4th generation and beyond. David Oyadomari, Founder & Managing Director of Ekklesia Capital is a former managing committee member at Bank of Hawaii where his responsibilities included Retail digital-physical transformation, online & mobile banking, ATMs, Contact Center, Retail Deposits, Digital Payments and Retail Lending. He has also held executive positions at Roberts Hawaii, Sprint Hawaii, two early-stage tech start-ups, and worked in global management consulting to the Fortune 500. He brings over 25 years of experience in strategy, new market & product development, cost reduction, organizational design, and retail & digital transformation. Born and raised in Hawaii, David has a deep love, appreciation, and understanding of local culture, how business works in Hawaii, and our community values. David has spent time as an advisor to private equity firm FTV Capital, is an Omidyar Fellow and a Certified Value Builder?. He holds a bachelor degree, magna cum laude, in Economics and Philosophy from Claremont McKenna College and master in business administration from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.