Entrepreneur's Toolbox, 1999 - present

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    Exporting: How It Can Benefit Hawaii and California Businesses
    (University of Hawaii, 2012-09) Masuo, DM ; Malroutu, YL
    This article presents essential and practical details about exporting from Hawaii and California and concludes with implications for state and federal government agencies, financial institutions, and business owners.
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    Practical business transition strategies
    (University of Hawaii, 2011-09) Cheah, Kheng T.
    This paper summarizes strategies and actions that can be used for each business situation. It is meant to stimulate new perspectives and thinking in agribusiness owners and managers. The Startup, Turnaround, Accelerating growth, Realignment, Sustaining success (STARS) model is used as a frame of reference, but the suggested strategies have been compiled from a variety of sources.
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    Pricing Produce and Products for Fair Profit Based on Cost of Production
    (University of Hawaii, 2012-10) Love, Ken ; Paull, Robert
    This article offers solutions to increase small farm economic sustainability, especially in terms of farmers markets and sales of value-added products.
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    A Profile of Minority Business Owners
    (University of Hawaii, 2009-09) Masuo, D.M. ; Malroutu,Y.L.
    This analysis of data from the U.S. mainland focusses on the characteristics of Korean-American and Mexican-American small business owners and their families. Its findings have relevance to similar owners of varying ethnicity in Hawaii.
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    Understanding Entrepreneurship
    (University of Hawaii, 2002-10) Cox, Linda J.
    Entrepreneurs feel they are able to make things happen. Four types are defined (the achiever, salesperson, manager, and inventor), and the difference between administrators and entrepreneurs is discussed.