The Chamber represents more than 2,000 businesses of all sizes representing 210,000 employees from a wide variety of industries that are contributing more than $32 billion in revenue to Hawaii’s economy.
The holiday season is a great time to give back to the community and support local businesses. A shop local campaign is a great way to do both! By promoting local businesses and encouraging shoppers to buy locally, you can help strengthen the local economy. Here are some tips from the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii on how to make your holiday shopping campaign a community success.Launching a Local Shopping Campaign for the Holidays There are a few things you'll need to do to get your local shopping campaign
We’ve made remarkable progress in our fight against COVID-19, but it’s not over yet. Vaccines and boosters are some of the best tools to protect ourselves and our loved ones against COVID-19. The State Department of Health, CDC and physicians recommend the new bivalent boosters for everyone ages 5 and older. For vaccination locations, please visit https://hawaiicovid19.com/vaccine/ The new bivalent booster – which protects against original COVID-19 and new subvariants – is now available for everyone ages
Innovation drives competition, making it a crucial investment for small businesses. However, many owners believe the cost is too great. In truth, today's technological advancements are highly affordable and well worth the amount spent. The key is understanding what your company needs so you can best invest your resources. If you want to stay competitive, here are a few technological innovations to consider from the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii. Utilize Digital Marketing Marketing is
ACT II is a weekly event to shop for gently used couture and designer apparel, handbags, shoes, jewelry, art, home accents, and more, with all proceeds serving the non-profit organization Hawai'i Opera Theatre. Every Thursday from 10 AM- 3 PM with weekly sales! All proceeds to go Hawai'i Opera Theatre! Free to enter & validated parking
An unsuccessful contract negotiation is one in which the outcome isn't good for your business. Contract negotiations can fail for many reasons. The key is to spot the signs that things aren't going well, so you can decide whether to continue or exit the negotiation. Be on the lookout for the following four signs that negotiations are unsuccessful.Failure to Think of the Potential Pitfalls You often hear how important a positive attitude is for success in business, but viewing contracts through