Building upon a shared commitment to growing Native Hawaiian-owned businesses in Hawaiʻi, Kuhikuhi is a collective project of Hawaiʻi’s Native Hawaiian Chambers of Commerce and the Native Hawaiian Hospitality Association, supported by the Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority, Kamehameha Schools, Movers & Shakas, and the Office of Hawaiian Affairs.
Hui ʻOihana, the Hawaiʻi Island Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce seeks to be the voice of the Native Hawaiian community at the intersection of culture, community, and commerce. We encourage membership of those that believe in building a sustainable economy that includes our culture and our people. Hui ʻOihana is made of members, businesses, and organizations on Hawaiʻi Island and across the state that believe in building a thriving economy where Hawaiian language, culture, and aloha are the foundations.
The Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce is your home of Hawaiian culture, Hawaiian values and opportunities for success in business and education.
The Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce is a member-based nonprofit organization whose mission is “to mālama Native Hawaiians in business and commerce through leadership, relationships and connections to economic resources and opportunities.” The Chamber’s programs and events are designed to facilitate connections and promote business growth, professional and economic development, and sustainability.
It is the goal of the Kauaʻi Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce to strengthen our membership by building relationships within the Hawaiian community and outside of the Hawaiian community, because we are all in this canoe together.
NaHHA works to shape the future of Hawai‘i’s visitor industry by utilizing Hawaiian cultural values as the foundation for professional development and business leadership. Through consultation, training and networking, we support the people who provide authentic experiences to Hawaiʻi’s visitors.
Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority
Movers & Shakas
Office of Hawaiian Affairs