Hawaiʻi Food Service Alliance
Hawaiʻi Food Service Alliance and Mana Up are teaming up to help local food and beverage product businesses reach new levels of growth.
Alana Penaroza, left, co-founder of Tag Aloha Co., talked with Meli James, co-founder of Mana Up, at a cohort workshop for entrepreneurs on Aug. 30 at Mana Up headquarters in Honolulu.
Mana Up announced Wednesday it is partnering with Bank of Hawaii to create an annual mentorship program for local entrepreneurs.
Hawaii product accelerator Mana Up and Bank of Hawaii today announced a partnership designed to fuel the growth and success of Hawaii’s entrepreneurs.
Mana Up announced today that it is partnering with Bank of Hawai‘i designed to fuel the growth and success of Hawai‘i’s entrepreneurs as a strategy to diversify the local economy for generations to come.
Hawaii Foodservice Alliance (HFA) joins Mana Up as a Founder level partner to help local food and beverage product businesses as they reach new levels of growth.
Whole Planet Foundation is excited to announce the return of in-person events with a private benefit and showcase on June 24, 2022, at the Bishop Museum in Honolulu, Hawaii, in partnership with Whole Foods Market Hawaii stores and Mana Up, Hawaii’s leading incubator.
PBN is pleased to introduce its Inno Fire awards, celebrating the startups and innovators driving progress in Hawaii. The honorees were selected from a combination of nominations PBN selected and innovators chosen by the newsroom based on our coverage and familiarity with their work.
Meli James is fearless and catalytic. As the co-founder of Mana Up, a state-wide initiative to grow and support entrepreneurs based in Hawaiʻi, James is creating an ecosystem that allows startups and small local businesses to scale and thrive.
Environmentalism, culture and conservation are what three Maui entrepreneurs have in common as they push to grow their businesses through Mana Up’s accelerator program.
Millions of people are lured to Hawaiʻi every year by postcard images of white sandy beaches, palm trees and mai tais. After a relaxing week enjoying the ocean and balmy evening strolls they may come home with dashboard hula girls, coconut bikini tops and plastic lei without ever considering the impact these souvenirs have had on Hawai’i.
Women-led and Native Hawaiian companies will start with Mana Up small business program to get their products on the global market.