High Technology Development Corporation — HTDC and Startup Paradise presents, “Startup Entrepreneur Day,” at the Hawaii State Capitol. Attendees can engage with innovative technology developed by local companies during the Tech Fair.
DBEDT's Creative Industries Division (CID) applauds Creative Lab Hawaii (CLH) Program Mobile Game App fellows, Tracy Davidson (Kauai) and Stacey Hayashi (Oahu), for being selected by their mentors to participate in this year’s Game Developers Conference (GDC).
High Technology Development Corp. — HTDC Innovate Hawaii program invites food manufacturers, food processors, food safety coordinators, and others in the food industry to participate in an FDA-recognized food safety training and certification course.
High Technology Development Corp. — HTDC, a state agency that supports the innovation and technology industry, has awarded more than $1.6 million in matching grants to six Hawaii companies who have received Federal Small Business Innovation Research Grants.
DBEDT released its first quarter 2017 Statistical and Economic Report, which shows Hawaii’s economy continues to expand at a slightly reduced rate.