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4 Excellent Hawaii Startup Assistance Resources

Startup Assistance Resources

When you’re starting a business in Hawaii, challenges and unforeseen issues might come up that might slightly deem your enthusiasm of pursuing your venture.

It’s a common enough fact that starting a business is a challenging and backbreaking task, but this must not deter you from your goals of owning your future. The key to not make the entire startup process too burdensome and energy-draining is to be a practical startup entrepreneur.

A savvy entrepreneur is one who knows that there are a plethora of resources, tools, and supplementary materials to start a business at a much easier and quicker pace.

This Startup Savant article is another guide you can use to help you start on the right foot with your business. In here, we have outlined four startup assistance resources highly recommended for startup entrepreneurs, as these provide a much needed breather from the rather tedious and difficult tasks involved in the business life cycle.


1) Hawaii Business Counseling

Hold a Meeting with Your Board of DirectorsFor Hawaii business counseling when starting a business or even when you are already operating and badly need expert advice from qualified professionals who know the ins and outs of the business world, the Hawaii Small Business Development Center is a great source.

You can apply for no-cost business advice and sign up for events and workshops to enrich your entrepreneurial experience. What’s more you can receive counseling for basically any kind of business situation; whether you’re in need of expert advice with regard to financing, research and analysis, employment, or possibilities of expansion.


2) Startup Savant’s Free Hawaii Resources

Startup SavantStartup Savant recognizes a startup entrepreneur’s struggles when starting a business in Hawaii. Hence, we have also come up with our own set of how-to guides to guarantee that you have a smooth sailing start with your business venture.

These resources are specifically designed for Hawaii startup entrepreneurs, and you can use these resources for free.


3) Mentoring from Hawaii SCORE

Choose the Initial DirectorsAnother one of the excellent resources for Hawaii entrepreneurs is the local state SCORE. Dedicated to enriching the learning of entrepreneurs, SCORE offers a number of assistance options to entrepreneurs ranging from mentoring to professional counseling and education for small businesses.

This assistance is offered for free with the guarantee that you get the best advice from industry-expert professionals and expert counselors. These professionals have already volunteered thousands of hours to help small startups thrive.

SCORE also offers educational training and workshops for a very minimal fee for different kinds of entrepreneurs.


4) Free Online Resources from the SBA

Continue Learning as a Business OwnerAnything you need, from resources, tools, business counseling, expert advice, training and workshops to further your business skills and knowledge is available at the Hawaii District Office of the SBA.

The SBA has been known to provide comprehensive startup assistance for small businesses, and it is a must, to use this resource when you start a small business in Hawaii.

Here you can find most of the assistance you need for every step of starting a business. There is a variety of information with regards to starting and managing a business, finding the right financing for your startup, and further learning to start a business.


Wrapping Up and Moving Forward

The process of starting a new business is tough; that much is true. However, when you’re determined to own your future, you can overcome these hurdles and accomplish your goals. When you start a small business in Hawaii, being savvy is just as important as your hard work, passion and determination to get your business started right away.

Start with the resources above, and then work your way to more resources, and you will surely be on the right path to building your business.

About Liesha Petrovich

Liesha is a small business owner of 20 years, host of Startup Savant, the owner of a karate dojo in Maine, and creator of Work Mobly. During free time she's with her family and working on a Doctorate in Entrepreneurship.