For many, Hawaii is the closest thing to paradise that the U.S. has to offer. The state’s hundreds of islands are located in a remote area of the Pacific Ocean and are renowned for their lush natural landscapes, vegetation and volcanoes. The indigenous people of the Hawaiian Islands carry on cultural traditions that have endured for millennia, giving Hawaii a unique and enduring mythology as part of the greater American culture. Tourism is the strongest economic driver for the state, but agricultural exports also are a major contributor to the Hawaiian GSP. In this research brief we will explore the many resources available for small businesses in Hawaii, including grant and financing programs, support for worker training initiatives and much more.
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