Industry-leading provider of cross platform mobile applications, Motherapp Limited has partnered with local media marketing startup, Pono Media to develop and market mobile applications in Hawaii, Guam, and throughout Polynesia. Founded in Hong Kong in 2005 by former original Google team member, Ken Law and serial entrepreneur, Leo Chan; Motherapp focuses on creating mobile apps using their patent-pending technology, which allows them to create applications quickly and easily for all major platforms. Clients include mobile operators, banks, and leading content providers like Guy Kawasaki, Jeremiah Owyang, and Chris Brogan.
Pono Media Founder, L.P. "Neenz" Faleafine has put together a team of local programmers; Kaeo Kepani, Zen Lao, and Tammi Hitchcock. Only a week into the partnership, the team has already begun developing mobile applications for local businesses.
Faleafine first entered the tech industry in 2007 as an enthusiast and then a writer for Nononina's citizen media site, Truemors and currently as the Chief Evangelist for the company's leading news aggregation site, Alltop. She is one of Hawaii's leaders in the social media community speaking to businesses, organizations, and entrepreneurs about creating ones own opportunities as well as providing media solutions and strategy services.
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