Time: April 26, 2012 from 11:30am to 1:30pm
Location: Pioneer Plaza Club 20th Floor
Street: 900 Fort Street Mall
Website or Map: http://www.hvca.org
Event Type: luncheon, panel, session, and, networking, event
Organized By: Bill Spencer
Latest Activity: Apr 21, 2012
Dear TechHui Members
Join us at the next ThinkTech Hawaii Venture Capital Association luncheon on April 26, 2012 at the Plaza Club 20th Floor from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. for a great conversation about “Transportation in Hawaii, The Press on Rail.”
Watch this YouTube video with Jay Fidell and Bill Spencer talking about the program.
We plan an engaging high level discussion about the topic from a different perspective. No debate, no rail or anti-rail, just an in-depth conversation about the topic with a host of journalists who cover transportation in our city. We will explore the costs, the challenges, the impact, the trade-offs the likelihood of success, transportation oriented development issues and what it all means to our clogged highways and byways.
Joining us with opening remarks will be our special guest, the Honorable Mayor Peter Carlisle, who will express his vision for transforming Honolulu. Following the Mayor's remarks we will present two panels of journalists:
• The first panel will examine “The coverage on Rail,” moderated by Steve Petranik of Hawaii Business Magazine, with panelists Jerry Burris, Richard Halloran, Mark Platte and Barbara Tanabe.
• The second panel will examine “The Story on Rail,”, moderated by David Tumilowicz, with panelists Mark Abramson, Michael Levine, Ian Lind, Neal Milner and Malia Zimmerman.
Meet and explore these things with them at the next ThinkTech HVCA luncheon on April 26, 2012 at the Plaza Club 20th Floor from 11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Enjoy good food, great people and a first class networking experience. Reserve your seat today at http://www.hvca.org or call Gail Caveney at 382-4638.
TechHui members, affiliates (including faculty and government) attend at the member rate of $29, students are $20 and all others $39. Parking is available in the Pioneer Plaza building, entrance on Merchant St., but we do not validate. Many thanks to our sponsors: Hawaii Business Magazine and KMH, LLP.