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Tech Entrepreneurs

A group for Hawaii's technology entrepreneurs.

Location: Hawaii
Members: 166
Latest Activity: Aug 11

Tech Entrepreneurship in Hawaii

Hawaii supports a vibrant and growing community of high tech start-ups thanks in part to Act 221 and organizations like HVCA, Hawaii Angels, HiBeam, Kolohala Ventures, HTDC, HTDV and Enterprise Honolulu. As a gateway to APAC countries, Hawaii serves as an excellent launchpad for companies looking to market both to the US and growing Asian markets. Finally, military spending in the state is over $5 billion, including numerous sizable R&D projects that utilize local technology firms.

Related blog and forum posts:
Are Hawaii's Tech Tax Credit Worth the Cost?
Web Companies Can Still Have Successful IPOs
Finding & Retaining Talent in Hawaii
Thoughts on Running a SAAS Business From Hawaii
Startup weekend?
Perhaps it's time for a seed fund incubator in Hawaii?

Discussion Forum

The 12th Annual Holiday Science & Tech Fair 2 Replies

Started by Lauren Nichols. Last reply by Lauren Nichols Dec 15, 2011.

Startup Ideas Group? 16 Replies

Started by Truman Leung. Last reply by Fred Jumayao Jul 10, 2011.

Looking for serious partners and investors for workhui.com 9 Replies

Started by Liz Ambrose. Last reply by Carolyn Blake Nov 11, 2010.

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Comment by Bruce Kim on December 15, 2011 at 10:09am

My company, Inovaware, is preparing to deploy a SaaS solution on the Microsoft Azure platform and I just spoke with the Microsoft Azure evangelist for Hawaii and he's interested in getting connected with other companies in Hawaii looking to deploy on Azure.  If you or someone you know is working on Azure let me know and I can hook you up.

 

Comment by Ken Berkun on April 4, 2011 at 1:57pm

US will offer $1,000 patents to spur job growth

Easier licensing for technology from federal labs

By Erin Ailworth
Globe Staff / March 30, 2011
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CAMBRIDGE — In an effort to promote innovation and job growth, Energy Secretary Steven Chu said yesterday that his department will make it easier and cheaper for entrepreneurs to license technologies developed at the agency’s 17 national laboratories.

http://www.boston.com/business/technology/articles/2011/03/30/us_wi...
Comment by John Robert Egan on March 20, 2011 at 5:46pm

Aloha Tech Entrepreneurs:

I've been following the Congressional effort to get visa pathway for tech start-ups with immigrant founders. An update is here.

John

Comment by Rubén Peña on February 2, 2011 at 7:25am

Hawaii Technology Development Venture guided the forming of the Hawaii Dual Use Industry.

(courtesy of Ian Kitajima from OceanIt Laboratories)

 

"The Hawaii Technology Development Venture was established to assist in the development of technology for dual use. HTDV guided the forming of the Hawaii Dual Use Industry. This video is an overview of HTDV and the Hawaii Dual Use Industry."

 

Check out the video link here .....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTFcnEg8yvE

Comment by Joseph Kourieh on January 20, 2011 at 12:48pm

Aloha Tech Entrepreneurs. We're in the middle of organizing the 2011 Hawaii Entrepreneur Pitch Competition, which this year focuses on tech and vc ready companies.

I just posted the event on the TechHui events page

Would love to get your feedback and/or participation.

NASDAQ OMX will be in Hawaii in February to talk about recents trends in IPOs and what entrepreneurs should think about on the "Road to IPO". The final round of the Pitch Competition will be held together with the NASDAQ workshop on Feb. 24.

Check out the event website www.enterprisehonolulu.com/roadtoipo

Comment by Jerry Isdale on November 11, 2010 at 2:47pm
Nov 18th I'm hosting a meeting for those interested in Maui Makers: http://www.techhui.com/events/lasers-and-bots-maui-makers

Maui Makers is a maker space (aka hackerspace) opening on Maui. We'll help other islands as we can, but Maui is where I live so we start here.
For info on our space see http://www.mauimakers.com/blog/?page_id=2 (about)
Comment by Jerry Isdale on November 9, 2010 at 1:58pm
Maui Techies/GTUG is meeting Tonight (Tues Nov 9) at Flatbread in Paia
http://www.techhui.com/events/maui-techies-gtug-dinner-3
several attendees with be giving short presentations on their activities, including myself on MauiMakers.com (maker space opening on Maui)
sorry for late notice here.
Comment by Monica S Flores on November 9, 2010 at 12:26pm
Hawai'i Community Foundation is putting together an innovation fund --- I'd like to see some tech solutions --- I think this is primarily for non-profit members but let's keep on top of it ;-) http://www.islandinnovation.org/
Comment by Mika Leuck on August 3, 2010 at 9:07pm
Interesting video Kimo! Thank you for posting.
Comment by John Robert Egan on May 31, 2010 at 5:31pm
A new blog post that may be of interest to Technology Entrepreneurs members:

http://www.techhui.com/profiles/blogs/high-technology-visas-show

Aloha
 

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