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2009 Smallbiz Success Awards

2009 Smallbiz Success Awards

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Photos: Kirk Aeder, Olivier Koning, Ryan Siphers


2009 SmallBiz Success Awards

These are certainly challenging times for businesses across the United States. But think of how much more difficult it is for small businesses — with limited resources, staff and overhead — to make ends meet, let alone thrive in these unstable financial conditions. That’s why Hawaii Business is especially proud this year to recognize the 10 recipients of the third annual Hawaii Business magazine 2009 SB Success Awards. These outstanding local companies are a reminder — and our proof — that success is possible, even in an economic downturn. Their secrets: innovation, passion and a commitment to delivering the best possible product or service.

Last November, members of our editorial team reviewed nearly four-dozen entries using four criteria: longevity; a unique service or product; rapid sales growth or rapid expansion; and finally, the ability to overcome challenges and make a comeback. We’d like to extend a huge mahalo to the nominators and congratulate our winners for inspiring us all. We appreciate the significant contributions your companies make to the health and strength of our state economy. We are honored to tell your stories:


Archinoetics, LLC

Baldridge & Associates Structural Engineering, Inc

Big Island Bees

Courier Corporation of Hawaii

Eki Cyclery

Hawaiian Railway Society

Kober Hanssen Mitchell Architects

Occidental Underwriters of Hawaii

Tyrie Jenkins, M.D. Eye Care

Whalers Realty, Inc


Honorable Mentions: Congratulations on the following companies that received honorable mentions in this year's SmallBiz Success Awards:

Andy Mohan, Inc., Bella Pietra, Bike Works Kona, Haleiwa Super Market Ltd., Graham Builders, Valpak of Hawaii, Koaloha Inc., Makani Kai Helicopters, Maui Brewing Co., Umeke Market.
 

 

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