Skip to content
In the Media
Is The End In Sight? And How Will We Know It?
February 21, 2021

Fellows mentioned in this story: Sherry Menor-McNamara, Cohort IV

From Civil Beat:

The worst may be almost over.

Lt. Gov. Josh Green, a medical doctor who serves as Hawaii’s coronavirus preparedness coordinator, says the acute COVID-19 public health crisis could be over in less than three months, and that life may likely start getting back to normal for many residents by summer.

But business leaders say it’s going to be a longer haul for the economy. They expect the state’s economic woes to linger, as many businesses expect to struggle for well over a year.

Continue reading at

Next Article
The Best of Startup Paradise 2021
February 20, 2021

Hawai‘i Business Magazine - March 2021

Read More