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Due March 15, 2023

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46th Annual ʻŌʻō Awards Gala

October 13, 2023 5p-9p

Tapa Room,

Hilton Hawaiian Village

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The Voice of Native Hawaiian Business

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Welcome to the Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce

The Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce is a member-based nonprofit organization whose mission is “to mālama Native Hawaiians in business and commerce through leadership, relationships and connections to economic resources and opportunities.” The Chamber’s programs and events are designed to facilitate connections and promote business growth, professional and economic development, and sustainability.

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Recent Posts

Native Hawaiian Community Leaders Unite to Oppose Cuts to HTA

April 23, 2021

As reported by NHCC member the Native Hawaiian Hospitality Association (NaHHA), “[a] coalition of community leaders, cultural authorities, and visitor industry experts spoke out [on April 21] in opposition of eleventh-hour gut-and-replace changes to House Bill 862 in the Hawaiʻi…

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About our Chamber

Founded in 1974, NHCC works on behalf of its members and the Native Hawaiian business community to advocate for and promote a vibrant economic environment, build relationships, and improve the quality of life for Native Hawaiians in business.

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COVID Updates and Resources

Important Coronavirus updates and protocols to follow in the effort to help stem the spread of the coronavirus, vaccination updates and more helpful resources.

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Support the Next Generation

Since 2003, the Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce has awarded over $160,000 in scholarships to Native Hawaiian students pursuing a degree in business.  Scholarships like these truly make a difference and are needed now more than ever.