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Posted on: Monday, February 12, 2001

Coming Events

Four local business leaders will join the roster of 39 present members of the HAWAI
I BUSINESS HALL OF FAME at induction ceremonies planned by JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT from 6 p.m. Thursday at the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel, Kauai and Maui ballrooms: EDWARD T. FUKUDA, president of Kandi’s Drive Inn Inc., Hilo; EDWARD J. HOGAN, chairman and chief executive officer of Pleasant Holidays; FRANCIS S. ODA, chairman and chief executive officer of Group 70 International; and (legacy laureate) CHINN HO, founder of Capital Investment Co. Inc. DAVID McCLAIN, dean of the University of Hawaii at Manoa, College of Business Administration, will be keynote speaker at the dinner and induction ceremony, beginning at 7 p.m. RSVP by today: 486-8806.

The AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION of Honolulu will join the HAWAII TECHNOLOGY TRADE ASSOCIATION in offering a two-part, breakfast and lunch seminar on issues facing Hawaii’s technical market. Two sessions — a breakfast discussion by tech company representatives looking at emerging technology in Hawaii and a luncheon session focusing on global opportunities and Internet technology developments — are planned 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Feb. 22 at the Dole Cannery, Lanai Ballroom, second floor. Keynote speakers will be MARY FASTENAU of Starrtech and NOLA MIYASAKI of High Tech Development Corp. Fee; nonmembers welcomed. RSVP by Thursday. Information: 262-6719.

"EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW From an Attorney But Were Afraid to Ask" is the title of an interactive, "round-table-type" discussion sponsored by the local chapter of the SOCIETY FOR HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. Individual table discussions will include workplace violence, employee privacy, disability regulations, discrimination and harassment, and employee handbooks. The buffet breakfast meeting is planned for 7:15 a.m. Feb. 21 at The Plaza Club, Pioneer Plaza. Fee; nonmembers and students welcomed. RSVP by Friday: Mary Houghton, 948-1401.

"PALM PILOT SECURITY" is the topic of discussion of the upcoming monthly luncheon meeting of the local chapter of the INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY ASSOCIATION, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Hale Koa Hotel, Laulima Room. Speaker will be JOHN INKLEY, federal product manager for Palm Inc. Fee; nonmembers welcomed. RSVP by noon Wednesday; Steve Gose, 547-4792.

The second of four COMPLETE IDIOTS’ GUIDE FINANCIAL WORKSHOPS on various aspects of investing in a bull or bear market will be held 7 p.m. tomorrow at Borders Books and Music, Waikele. The free, public event will feature investment representatives from Edward Jones. Information: 676-7820.

GORDON BRUCE of Campbell Estate will discuss "THE IMPACTS OF THE INTERNET ON BUSINESS," at the monthly meeting of the INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTANTS: noon, Thursday, Tesoro Training Facility, Pacific Guardian Center (the former Grosvenors Center), 733 Bishop St., Makai Tower, Room 2790. Small fee. Information: Phil Smith, 591-6765.

Master Polynesian navigator NAINOA THOMPSON and international businessman PETER BURWASH will be featured speakers in the sixth annual BUSINESS GAMEPLAN seminar, sponsored by the ROTARY CLUB OF HONOLULU SUNRISE, Wednesday at the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel. "Navigating Your Way to Financial Success" is planned 8 a.m. to noon in the Kauai and Maui ballrooms. Also featured will be a panel discussion of local business leaders including Anne Namba Designs, Pictures Plus and E Noa Tours. Fee; table fees available. Call: 832-0140.

State REP. WILLIAM STONEBRAKER will outline current legislative business topics at a meeting, 7 to 8:15 a.m. tomorrow of the EAST OAHU BREAKFAST CLUB. The organization is a networking group for home and small business owners on East Oahu. After the meeting at the Hawaii Kai Golf Course restaurant, attendees are invited for casual nine-hole, par-3 golf. Information: 921-0199

Business meetings of general interest are listed in the "Coming Events" column each Monday. Submit notices at least two weeks in advance. By fax: 525-6763. By mail: Coming Events, Business Section, The Honolulu Advertiser, P.O. Box 3110, Honolulu, HI 96802.

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