On March 28th, HVCA and ThinkTech will present a luncheon panel program entitled “Fiscal Policy in the 2013 session – how can we afford our most critical initiatives?”
Bob Toyofuku of Hawaii Advocates will moderate a blue ribbon panel of legislators, academics and executives to examine our current spending priorities and the state’s way of covering them – will it be by taxes or by austerity? Shades of sequestration!
Come down and learn what’s going on in the heart of the session, and get a handle on the fiscal issues and prospects for our current spending programs and initiatives. Nothing could be more important to define the session and the future of our state.
The luncheon program begins with registration at 11:30AM on March 28, 2013 at the Plaza Club, 900 Fort Street Mall, 20th Floor. The program will start promptly at NOON where we will hear from our guest speaker, then move on to the award ceremony. We will honor five entrepreneurs then announce the Hawaii Venture Capital Association Deal of the Year winner.
Register to attend at HVCA.ORG or call Gail at 382-4638. Notice our new pricing policy: Members, affiliates (including faculty and government) attend at the member rate of $29 with pre-registration, $35 dollars if you pay at the door. Students are $20, all others are $39 with pre-registration, $45 if you pay at the door. Space is limited, so sign up early. Parking is available at the Pioneer Plaza building and at Harbor Court, but we do not validate.
Thanks to our sponsors, Hawaii Business Magazine, Pacific New Media and the accounting firm of KMH, LLP.