Originally Posted by clifp
Here is list
of companies funded by the Hawaii Angels organization. Now not all are high tech (Hawaii superferry) nor all of them based in Hawaii Ardica (which makes fuel cell powered ski jackets!) is based in Palo Alto, but most of the list is both.
Nords you are right Hawaii desperately needs to diversify its economy if for no other reason than making it attractive for yours and other daughters to come back here after college. The hi tech tax credits have been beneficial in that respect and we have
smoke and mirrors
data to prove it.
Still at the end of day, I'm a member of a organization that meets at a country club once a month, requires a $1 million in assets to join, and lets me invest with zero risk thanks to taxpayer subsidies.
Excellent, thanks for the info. I'm being told that a full listing of who's taken the high-tech tax credits is not considered public info. I guess it's between the company's tax returns and the state's auditors... not that there's any implication of abuse!
I wonder how many returning Hawaii expat parents in their 30s are moving into Mom & Dad's vacating house as the grandparents use their equity to downsize to a condo. Sort of a ransom for the
grandkids. Just curious, of course.
So is there a dress code for these meetings? Coat & tie? Shoes? Socks
? Please check your PMs...