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MaiTai Maui Tech Night to Kick Off Startup Weekend Maui

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startupBy Maui Now Staff

The Maui Economic Development Board is offering events aimed at anyone interested in developing a new, innovative business idea–the 3rd Annual MaiTai Maui Tech Night on Wednesday, May 13, 2015, from 5 to 10 p.m. and the 2nd Annual Startup Weekend Maui on Friday to Sunday, May 15 to 17, 2015.

MaiTai Tech Night 2015.

MaiTai Tech Night 2015.

The MaiTai Maui Tech Night, hosted by mbloom, is a must-attend event for the state’s most promising start-ups and entrepreneurs. The event, will feature an investor pitch contest, where promising ventures from the local start-up community will have the opportunity to pitch to investors from Silicon Valley.

This year’s MTN2015 Pitch Competition, Hawaiʻi’s first Product Hunt Meetup Pitch Fest, features a chance to become the focus of Silicon Valley all-stars; access to Product Hunt’s exclusive digital network of well-known CEOs/founders.

Click here to apply to pitch: The deadline to apply is 11:59 PM HST on Friday, April 24.

To build the foundations for your new business, MEDB is hosting Startup Weekend Maui, a fun intense, risk-free way to get a new company up and running.


Attendees will have the opportunity to connect with other passionate and skilled individuals and perhaps even find a co-founder or two to transform ideas into reality. Entrepreneurs of different backgrounds and skill sets–including software developers, marketers, designers, and other enthusiasts–are encouraged to participate.



Judges, Coaches, Mentors Announced for “Startup Weekend Maui

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