Whether you’re looking for Hawaiian gifts for mom, beach-themed gifts for her, or just need a gift to show a loved one you’re thinking of them, explore our Hawaiian gifts for women! We’ve rounded up our favorite products from local makers and artisans that will bring a smile to the wāhine (woman) in your life.
We invite you to be a part of Hawai‘i's biggest event of the year – our Mana Up 2021 Showcase on Thursday, Nov. 4 at 4:00pm HST. Watch as we showcase Hawai‘i’s rising entrepreneurs, up & coming musicians, and more! We're excited to announce our second mystery guest and the headlining entertainer who will perform at of our Mana Up 2021 Showcase – Kimié Miner, Grammy-nominated producer, singer-songwriter, recording artist, music publisher and owner of Haku Collective will headline our 2021 Showcase!
On Thursday, Nov. 4 at 4:00pm HST, join us for our biggest event of the year as we showcase Hawai‘i’s rising entrepreneurs, up & coming musicians, and more! If you want to know about all things new in Hawai‘i, this event is totally for you. We're so stoked to announce our first mystery guest and the host of our Mana Up 2021 Showcase – Ryan Kalei Tsuji, local TV personality, plus president and CEO of RKT Media Hawaii!
HONOLULU – Hawaiian Airlines® Bank of Hawaii World Elite Mastercard® and business accelerator Mana Up are launching a Meet the Makers virtual event series this month to celebrate nine up-and-coming Hawai‘i entrepreneurs and offer viewers special products and promotions.
While it may be hard to encapsulate all the love and appreciation for your dad in just one present, we’re here to help you pick out the perfect gift for him – one that is both practical, yet thoughtful!
Happy New Year! I think most of us are on the same page when we say we’re relieved to say “a hui hou” to 2020! Mana up your 2021 with some of our top picks at House of Mana Up that are sure to start your year off right.
Check out 10 of our favorite items we’re loving for the new year!
With all that’s going on in the world, a local wrapping paper company is bringing you your “Wrappily” ever after–especially this holiday season. We talked story with our own Sara Smith, founder of Wrappily (Cohort 4), whose business idea blossomed from her passion for sustainability in the islands. The Maui mama of two has grown her business exponentially since she mustered up the courage to start her own business after a humble and surprising win at Startup Weekend Honolulu in 2013.
During the process of bread making, kneaded dough must have some time to rise. During this process of rising, the yeast ferments (eats) the sugar, creating the dough and doubling it in size. The story of King’s Hawaiian’s rise to success is quite similar. Except in this case, the brand experienced exponential growth from its humble beginnings on Hawai‘i Island. We talked story with Mark Taira, the CEO of our presenting sponsor King’s Hawaiian–during this milestone year as his family’s company celebrates its 70th anniversary, and to see how patriarch Robert Taira took the family business beyond the Hawaiian Islands.