Cities are one of humankind’s greatest inventions. Within this built environment, from the interactions of diverse individuals and communities, emerge eclectic creators and collaborators, powering a dynamic social engine of innovation, cooperation and cohabitation. AGI’s passion is participating in this ecosystem as developers of the built environment, imagining and building residential communities that help preserve the critical patterns that make the existing urban fabric so rich and textured while providing thoughtful, appropriate new housing as neighborhoods continue to grow and be positively redefined.
Tradition, local roots, and flavor make Aloha Shoyu products a favorite among Hawaiian islanders and visitors alike, so serve up your next favorite dish with a little Aloha.
The Chamber of Commerce Hawaii is a statewide, non-profit organization whose mission is to serve as the “Voice of Business” in Hawaii. We work on behalf of our members to advance the state’s economy and help businesses thrive locally, nationally and globally. Businesses become members for a variety of reasons, but primarily to build a better business climate in Hawaii and benefit from the resources we provide with our legislative advocacy work, trainings, business building and networking opportunities.
Founded in 1965 by venture capitalist and passionate conservationist Laurance S. Rockefeller, Mauna Kea Beach Hotel offers 252 luxurious guest rooms, a variety of dining options including Copper Bar and Manta Restaurant, spa and tennis facilities, and the award-winning championship 18-hole Mauna Kea Golf Course. Mauna Kea Beach Hotel overlooks Kauna‘oa Bay, one of the Hawaii’s finest natural white sand beaches.
Na Lei Hulu I Ka Wekiu
Founded in 1985, Nā Lei Hulu I Ka Wēkiu (“the many feathered wreaths at the summit, held in high esteem”) is committed to the preservation and education of the Hawaiian culture through hula. It has a performance group of about 40 dancers and offers classes to students in the beginning and intermediate levels. The organization holds educational workshops throughout the year in Hawaiian language, history, and arts and crafts.
Pacific Guardian Life, the largest life and health insurance company domiciled in Hawaii with branch offices in California (Gardena, Torrance, and Costa Mesa), is licensed in 20 U.S. states, Guam, American Samoa, and the Northern Mariana Islands -- and offers individual life, group life, temporary disability insurance, long-term disability, and voluntary products in addition to commercial mortgage loan business.
We are a small family winery in picturesque Knights Valley, where we reside amidst our Totem Ridge vineyards. This glorious valley, pristine and barely changed by time, has a unique microclimate and terroir that produces world-class grapes. We expect every wine that you taste from our vineyards to be a great one.
It's rare when an artist arrives on the scene offering a refreshing new spin on a traditional genre of music. Steven Espaniola is that artist. Raised in Aliamanu, Hawai'ii, and now residing in the California Bay Area, Steven is a multi-instrumentalist specializing in Ki Ho'alu (Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar), Ukulele, Upright Bass, and Leo Ki'e Ki'e (Traditional Hawaiian falsetto). Of Hawaiian, Filipino and Spanish decent, his ethnicity is as diverse as his unique sound which preserves the integrity of the traditional with a flourish of the modern. Steven was the driving force behind 2010's Kokua Japan San Francisco.