Check Up on Your Business Resolutions with MBB, June 13

June 12, 2017, 9:10 AM HST · Updated June 12, 9:59 AM

Maui Business Brainstormers will hold a Business in the Think Tank session on Tuesday, June 13, from 11:45 a.m. to 2 p.m.

MBB Organizing Team, Image courtesy: A Big Wow. MBB Voluntary Organizers (from left to right): Ed Gazmen, Grace Fung, Tricia Morris, Kahu David Kapaku, Lori Fisher, Kauionalani Waller , John Hau’oli Tomoso, Nicole Fisher, Gylian Solay, Trisha Anderson (Molly Balzano, Mel Patterson and Pat Diaz not pictured here)

As the middle of the year approaches, MBB says it’s a good time to check up on the plans and dreams you had in January for this year’s progress in your business.

MBB says, “with half a year to go, you still have time to renew and focus your plans to achieve those goals – and a brainstorming session with other business owners might be just the jump start you need to get back on track.”

The brainstorming meeting was created five years ago by MBB to help business owners engage with colleagues to solve common business problems.


Owners of businesses that need to grow but face challenges will have the opportunity to present their case to fellow business owners, who, in turn, ask questions, offer insight, ideas, and suggestions and as a result, all participants learn from each other. The BiTT event happens twice a month at various locations across Maui and semi-yearly in Hāna and on O’ahu.

The session will be held at the Maui County Business Resource Center at the Maui Mall. Seats are limited and online RSVP is required.
Trisha Morris and Trisha Anderson will be the hosts.

For more information and to RSVP online for this 56th Think Tank meeting in Central Maui, click here.



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