Small Business Week in Hawaii - Celebrating with SBA - Jane Sawyer and Ina Chang

Small Business Week in Hawaii - Celebrating with SBA - Jane Sawyer and Ina Chang

Май 5, 2016

Jane, Ina and Reg discuss the Small Business Administration and opportunities to get involved during Small Business Week.


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6:39 Kenya's highlands farmers embracing fish farming as an alternative source of income

Kenya's highlands farmers embracing fish farming as an alternative source of income

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Farmers in Kenya's highlands are now embracing fish farming as an alternative source of income, thanks to the Government's Economic Stimulus Plan. The funds have been channelled towards start-up of modern fish farms and purchase of fingerlings, which have in turn propped the country's fish production capacity. ABN's Beatrice Gachenge tells us more.

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10:4 Basic Business Principles

Basic Business Principles

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If you've ever wondered just what it takes to succeed online, this video reveals the secret formula that EVERY successful marketer follows — online and offline.

And the formula is only three steps long!

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11:6 The top 7 things NOT to do when starting a business

The top 7 things NOT to do when starting a business

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10:30 Living off the land in Rural Thailand, Fishing in the rice paddy

Living off the land in Rural Thailand, Fishing in the rice paddy

Like anything, If the camera is there nothing happens but the one time I did not go there were lots of fish, Small but lots of them.

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8:57 Thailand farm life

Thailand farm life

Do Thai pigs understand English?

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33:7 Marketing in Japan (Exporting From Hawaii)

Marketing in Japan (Exporting From Hawaii)

An introduction to key concepts in marketing to Japanese consumers. When exporting, most Hawaii companies look to Japan first. Our
companies have a fantastic opportunity to market to the nearly two
million annual Japanese visitors to Hawaii and learn from those
customers before marketing directly to Japan.

The host for this episode is Rob Haak.

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29:57 Hydrogen News from Around the World (Stan The Energy Man)

Hydrogen News from Around the World (Stan The Energy Man)

If you think hydrogen is the fuel of the future and will always stay that way, I have news for you! You can get on the hydrogen train now, or be left standing at the station!. I’ll present stories from around the globe showing that 2019 is the year hydrogen goes from nice idea to the clear solution to clean energy storage and carbon free transportation.

The host for this episode is Stan Osserman.

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30:2 A New Way Of Looking At Extreme Weather (Think Tech On OC16)

A New Way Of Looking At Extreme Weather (Think Tech On OC16)

New Episode Sunday at 10:30pm HST

Jay Fidell and Elise Anderson look at the impact from Hurricane Lane and Olivia through the lens of talk shows done about those hurricanes and hurricanes preparedness during this season. Topics included, preparation efforts for Hurricane Hector, from Peter Rosegg of Hawaiian Electric, hurricane resistance photovoltaic systems, from Christopher Burgess of Rocky Mountain Institute, Hurricane Lane preparedness, with Dennis Hwang of the UH Sea Grant and John Bravender of NOAA, desalination technology, from Jeffery McCutcheon of the Univesrity of Connecticut, drinking water supplies during disasters, with Robert Morita, of the Honolulu Board of Water Supply, forecasting climate changes hazards in the Pacific, with Rashed Chowdhury, of Pacific ENSO Applications Climate Center and Joe Brinkley of NOAA, lessons from Hurricane Lane, with Karl Kim, of the NDPTC and Michale Iwashita, a meteorologist, flooding in Kauai, with Mina Morita, former chair of the PUC, the American Red Cross preparation during hurricanes, with Paul Klink, disasters on the Big Island, with Rep. Joy San Buenaventura, hurricanes and their place in climate change, with Dennis Hwang, drone technology for public safety, with George Purdy, and coastal management in Hawaii, with Dolan Eversole, of the UH Sea Grant College, Original Air date October 7, 2018. Episode 381.

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29:37 Changing Climates, Harming Health (Likable Science)

Changing Climates, Harming Health (Likable Science)

Subtle, incremental changes in our weather patterns and longer-term climates around the Earth are now starting to have a cumulative and negative impact on people’s health. Climate change is driving a global shift in health and disease patterns in at least the following areas: 1) Extreme Weather Events and Storms 2) Vector Born Disease
3) Water Borne disease 4) Heat related illness 5) Air Pollution 6) Drought and Food insecurity 7) Miscarriages

The host for this episode is Ethan Allen. The guest for this episode is Darragh O’carroll.

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31:53 Some of the Many Tax Bills Pending in the 2019 State Legislature (Talking Tax)

Some of the Many Tax Bills Pending in the 2019 State Legislature (Talking Tax)

Chosen out of the dozens that have been introduced. Dozens of tax bills have been introduced in the 2019 State Legislature. Tom Yamachika, President of the Hawaii Tax Foundation will discuss some of those bills, and what their effect would be if they are passed.

The host for this episode is Jay Fidell. The guest for this episode is Tom Yamachika.

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