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November 8, 2023
Recognizing excellence in Hawaiʻi's commercial real estate industry with NAIOP Hawaii's 26th annual Kukulu Hale Awards.
Hawaii Business Magazine identified the leading real estate companies and invited them to submit their Top Performers. This section profiles these Top Performers in real estate, as well as Top Mortgage Companies.
During his tenure as UH’s athletic director, he hired a record 16 head coaches, helped student athlete graduation rates and grade point averages hit all-time highs, and oversaw $103 million in facility upgrades.
Christina Rudolph, First Hawaiian Bank Business Banking Officer, Main Branch Honolulu, says it’s important for her team to form strong and close relationships with their customers.
Long-time customer Kathy Keller credits First Hawaiian with helping her to grow her two boutiques in Kamuela and Honokaʻa
As Hawai‘i begins to loosen Covid regulations, hear from our local healthcare leaders on the key issues affecting our state in the coming year.
With the return of mainland visitors, business owners are breathing a little easier these days, and anticipating the return of international tourists.
Vice President and Team Leader Lara Sonoda shares the wide range of services and supports that bankers can provide to small business owners, whether they are just starting up or looking to expand an established brand.
“To help drive success, surround yourself with a trusted team of professionals: a CPA, an attorney, and a banker. They have key areas of expertise that can fill gaps and keep you on track.”
First Hawaiian Bank Assistant Vice President & Business Banking Officer Doug Okamura shares some advice as well as his experience helping small business owners evolve as their needs expand.
Hawaii’s leading association for the commercial real estate industry honors those who have contributed to the state’s economic growth and community enrichment.
March 31, 2023
Employees have spoken in the 2023 Best Places to Work Survey. Read to find out where they work and why they love their jobs.
Machine learning has revolutionized the field of cybersecurity by enabling a new generation of automated tools and techniques that can help detect and prevent cyber threats.
In less than a decade, under Rogers’ leadership, Moss Construction built partnerships with local companies that are addressing affordable housing and climate change.
If your business is looking for an over-the-top food presentation and catering experience at affordable prices, then look no further than Tanioka’s.
The president and CEO of ProService Hawaii says creating a culture of collaboration and employee ownership has been key to the HR services provider’s success.
Under her leadership, the Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii launched a new cohort-based mentoring program focused on on-time graduation from high school and career exploration.
Hawaii Dental Service (HDS) commemorates 60 years of healthy smiles and local roots by continuing efforts to improve oral health across the state.
Hawaii Business Magazine's CEO of the Year spearheaded a massive campaign to revamp the bank's brand and bring life to its flagship location in Downtown Honolulu.
Celebrating those who make Hawai'i a better place.
The East Coast native shares how the company’s pandemic survival strategy resulted in a new product – macadamia nut ice cream.
The incoming CEO of Sig Zane Designs discusses how to merge the western business perspective with the Hawaiian principle of reciprocity.
CommPac CEO Kitty Yannone shares her incredible journey from quitting her job as a single mom to a heroic battle with cancer to asking to buy a company as a job prerequisite.
CEO of L&L Hawaiian Barbecue shares her family's success story, her plans to continue growing that legacy and how she is giving back to the community.
The President and CEO of Alexander & Baldwin says the real estate company’s priority is focusing on the local market.
As the East-West Center president, Vares-Lum hopes her servant leader lens will help her create good governance across the Pacific and mentor the next generation of leaders.
On Friday, September 23, panelists and attendees discussed the impact that commercial real estate will have on our local economy and community.
The Chairman and CEO of Hawai‘i’s largest privately-owned company grew the family business by focusing on core values and excelling on customer service and employee enablement.
The President and CEO of the nonprofit aims to break boundaries and rebuild a community through the arts.
Publisher of Intellectual Anarchy, the founder and CEO of Oceanit generates disruptive solutions to seemingly unsolvable problems, taking complex ideas to markets beyond Hawaiʻi's shores.
For more than 25 years, the executive director has encouraged younger generations to pursue careers in the art and theatre industry because it teaches them valuable life skills.
Leaders can come from anywhere in an organization and developing a successful modern workforce begins with the CEO. Their commitment to live the organization's values encourages others to become effective leaders.
For over 20 years, the Island Holdings chairman has guided the organization with influence from his Japanese culture and obsession for problem solving to make a difference in Hawai‘i.
Offering a contemporary island lifestyle surrounded by the natural beauty of Hawai‘i, ‘A‘ali‘i at Ward Village is home to over 200 distinct works of art created by local painters, sculptors, photographers and craftspeople.
Leading the way in corporate giving, First Hawaiian Bank commemorates a 30 year partnership with The Hawaii Foodbank.
If you are a local investor in Hawaii or considering tapping into Hawaii's investor market, you have probably heard about Team Sato.
In The Mix at Palette, a celebration of food, drinks, and art on August 27th.
On this episode of The Hawaii Business Podcast, the president and CEO of Aloha United Way says up to 700,000 residents are now living on the edge, why the minimum wage hike was long overdue, and how it’s time to stop talking and start creating new job opportunities.
Striking a balance between urban energy and island serenity, Ward Village is truly a special neighborhood.
News you need to know so you can get down to business.
Creating authentic spaces grounded in cultural identity, connected by shared histories, and invested in an abundant future.
As a serial green entrepreneur, John Leong aims to empower youth through environmental stewardship opportunities and spread awareness on the importance of ʻāina.
Experience contemporary indoor-outdoor island living at Kōʻula, debuting Fall 2022. Kōʻula draws inspiration from nature through the use of organic shapes, repeating patterns and rich textures of the uniquely breathtaking backdrop that is Hawai‘i.
Recognizing excellence in Hawaiʻi's commercial real estate industry with NAIOP Hawaii's 25th annual Kukulu Hale Awards.
In celebration of Small Business Month in May, First Hawaiian Bank featured a handful of its innovative small business clients, highlighting how these entrepreneurs have grown, overcome hurdles, and flourished with support from the bank’s small business programs.
After a career in hospitality and in Silicon Valley’s start-up scene, she brought her experience home to grow Hawai‘i's innovation economy.
Hawaii Business Magazine identified the leading real estate companies and invited them to submit their Top Performers.
A new cohort of organizations are looking for ways to improve systemic economic inequities in the islands.
The company is on a mission to conserve land, save native species, promote food security and develop renewable energy from agriculture.
Climate change has raised the stakes for Hawai‘i and communities around the world. That’s why we are sharing six stories of people and companies that are taking significant climate action.