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Archive: OHA, Small Business


OHA, Small Business, Ka Wai Ola O OHA - 1996
• Retailer offers “made in Hawaii” to O’ahu residents, September, 1996
• First rule of marketing: remember your customers, August, 1996
• Doing business on the Internet, August, 1996
• Teaching the fine art of business marketing, August, 1996
• Targeting the retail market, August, 1996
• Loan fund recipient makes sure Moloka’i residents aren’t left stranded. July, 1996
• Moloka’i’s opala is company’s “dolla”, June, 1996
• Loan fund recipient records debut CD, May, 1996
• Economic division targets bottom line, March 1996
• Thrill seeker turns hobby into profitable business, March, 1996
• Loan fund enjoys successes, looks to the future, February, 1996
• Wai’anae gets upscale, “local” eatery, January, 1996

1995
• Loan fund entrepreneurs blossom in Hana, December, 1995
• Loan fund recipient dyno-charges transmission business, November, 1995
• CBED group sows the seeds of a sugar-free Ka’u future, September, 1995
• Keeping an eye on good health, September, 1995
• Teaming up to sell taro, September, 1995
• Loan fund recipient sells service with a smile, August, 1995
• Loan fund recipient steadfast in her fight against termites, July, 1995
• Loan fund recipient heals with his hands, June, 1995
• Warehouse investor builds business with building materials, May, 1995
• Hina-malailena Village Marketplace takes root in Hana, May, 1995
• Punalu’u beach goers get some grinds, April, 1995
• Lahaina company offers something for the discriminating shopper, March, 1995
• Ka’u “Drive-Inn” offers food and drink for Big Island travelers, February, 1995
• Loan fund recipient dreams up mu’umu’u company, January, 1995

1994
• Maui entrepreneur kicks off soccer store, December, 1994
• Cruising the Na Pali coast, Hawaiian style, December, 1994
• State, community, explore ecotourism, December, 1994
• Looking great while you wait: Loan fund recipient offers expectant mothers a fashionable alternative, October, 1994
• Graphic artist designs future for himself and his family, September, 1994
• Bike shop entrepreneur finds owning Harley’s a “viscous cycle,” July, 1994
• Looking ahead: the Native Hawaiian Revolving Loan Fund makes plans for the future, June, 1994
• Ke’anae farmers make living from the land, June, 1994
• Hana marketplace gets go-ahead, May, 1994
• Malasadas vendor finds parking profitable, May, 1994
• Brewing up a coffee revolution, February, 1994

1993
• Hawaiian small business survives through good times and bad, December, 1993
• Community-based economic development (CBED) conference: looking for economic alternatives, November, 1993
• Rebecca Adamson: Native American activist a leader in search for alternative economic models, November, 1993
• Kea’au Bananas are “Eco-OK”, November, 1993
• Preserving poha: OHA loan fund recipient turns to local market to sell jam, October, 1993
• George Kanahele: Reshaping the visitor industry, September, 1993
• Hawaii Visitors Bureau: Keeping it “Hawaiian”, September, 1993
• Tourism: Where do we go from here? September. 1993
• Neighbor islands offer alternatives to mainstream tourism, September, 1993
• OHA supports Hawaiian food entrepreneur, August, 1993
• Sam Choy: “Food has been my life”, July, 1993
• Up and running: Community-based initiative behind poi factory renaissance, July, 1993Loan board OKs microloan demonstration project, June, 1993
• Moloka’i activist plants seeds for microenterprise development, June, 1993
• Beverly Smith: Microenterprise advocate offers model for small business financing, June, 1993
• Workshops offer opportunities for budding Hawaiian entrepreneurs, June, 1993
• Molokai residents talk microenterprise, June, 1993
• Copyright theft threatens Hawaii artists, May, 1993
• Hawaiian artist’s generousity exploited by commercial tracers, May, 1993
• Bank of America asked to examine, adjust lending practices
• Molokai launches aquaculture project
• Turning taro into poi
• Hana Village Marketplace gets underway

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