Three-Year Business Training Continues
ONABEN News Release
Our Native American Business Network returns to work with the Kuha`o Business Center and Native entrepreneurs as a part of their thee-year program to provide entrepreneurial training to the community on Molokai. Trainings are made possible by a grant provided by the Administration for Native Americans (ANA) and allows a local organization, Kuha`o Business Center, to partner with the Portland-based, national nonprofit to work with area citizens on business development initiatives three times per year. ONABEN is returning April 8 and 9, providing small business training April 9, from 4 to 8 p.m., at the Queen Lili’uokalani Children’s Center.
“We are so excited to partner with the Kuha`o Business Center and to provide these services to the local business community,” said Veronica Hix, Executive Director of ONABEN. “This trip continues our work and partnership, and now we can begin implementing our training program, incorporating the needs and feedback from entrepreneurs.”
According to Hix, business development workshops will focus on the unique needs of the Molokai business community. The three-year program will address business development issues identified in the orientation. There is no cost to take part in the training program and all interested entrepreneurs are welcome.
If you are interested in attending or more information, contact Jennifer Hawkins at 808-553-8100 or email@example.com. You can register online at conta.cc/PYGweL.
For more information about ONABEN, please visit ONABEN.org.