RSVP for the Pulauhala Workshop on 01/11/2023 Sign-Up Here
Pū: to share in nourishment – as in knowledge & inspiration.
Lau: many – as in many minds, bodies & mana
Hala: to pass through.
Pūlauhala: Expanding Small Business Intelligence
E ūlana ana pūlauhala mea ‘ike i ho’okahi;
Weaving many forms of knowledge into one, with humility and understanding that there is much to learn in life.
Bringing indigenous communities together by strengthening small businesses for Native Hawaiians, Women-owned, Single Parents, Minority (Eg. Asian-Pacific), and LGBTQ+ Communities on Molokai.
Pūlaulala is an accelerator program looking for interesting small businesses, entrepreneurs, and start-ups that are interested in learning & expanding their company.
- Retail or Service Businesses
- Agriculture and Farming
- Workshops: financial assistance and access to capital, contracting and procurement, marketing, operations, business development, exporting, industry-specific training, and more……
- Monthly one-on-one consultations
- Mentor matching with industry experts based on needs and stage of business
- Support on branding & narrative
- Introduction to new sales channels
- Access to Capital
- Invitation to sell products at one of the largest events in Hawaiʻi
If you would like to be a part of this amazing community you can view the criteria and apply here. [APPLICATION IS NOW CLOSED]
2023 Cohort Members
|Amber Kaholoaa||Miah Music Molokai, LLC|
|Lesley Ann Escobar||FarmGirl Kinis/ Farm Girl Hawaii|
|Arianna Patterson||Arianna Photography, LLC|
|Sharlah Gloor||Spencer Baby|
|Aulani Hiro||Girl Gang Inspired|
|Desiree Cabreros||Accurate Venisons Solutions, LLC:|
Hana Kupono Venison
|Anuhea Beair||Sweet Kole|
|Nani Kahinu||NaʻIke, Ltd|
|Whitnelle Phifer||Hiwahiwa Inspirationz|
|Lehua Paris Greenwell||Hulalei Designs|
|Rufina Kaauwai||Rosebuds Creations|
Funded (in part) through a grant with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions, and/or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA.