WHAT: This month’s Downtown Forum looks at the state of jobs and meaningful careers for our State. We’ll ask questions like: Is the job market adequate for our work force and sufficient for the economy we’d like to have? What can our Governor and Legislature do to provide better jobs and careers to keep our kids here in Hawaii? How can the private sector attract sufficient capital to keep and inspire our young people?
WHO: A top-flight panel featuring: • Mitch D’Olier, president and CEO, Kaneohe Ranch Management • Jack Suyderhoud, director of Shidler MBA Program, professor of Business Economics, Shidler College of Business at the University of Hawaii at Manoa • Susan Yamada, executive director of Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship (PACE), Shidler College of Business at the University of Hawaii at Manoa WHEN: Thursday, January 21, 2016 11:30 a.m. – Registration/Lunch 12:00-1:30 p.m. – Program
WHERE: Anthology Marketing Group, Theatre 1003 Bishop Street, 8th Floor Honolulu, HI 96813 REGISTER: Registration available online by visiting thinktechhawaii.com.
COST: Individual: $30 Student: $20 Walk-In: $35 Seating is limited. Registration fee includes lunch.
PARKING: Parking is available in the Bishop Square Garage, neighboring buildings, municipal lots and on the street. Parking will not be validated. About ThinkTech Hawaii: A 501(c)(3) Hawaii non-profit corporation, ThinkTech Hawaii was founded in 2000 and is dedicated to providing a platform for civic engagement and to raise public awareness about the importance of technology, energy, diversification and globalism to the future of Hawaii. It does this with live streaming talk shows Monday through Friday on livestream.com and on demand via YouTube.com, 14 hours of weekly programming on Olelo Channel 54, a weekly feature show on OC16 and monthly Downtown Forum luncheon panel programs of interest to the business community. For more information, visit thinktechhawaii.com.