4 Sunday, July 31, 2016 Hawaii Tribune-Herald The Hawaii Island Chamber of Commerce brings businesses and professionals together to make Hawaii Island a better place to live and do business. HICC represents both large and small businesses. Based in Hilo, HICC’s members are more than 300 businesses, professional organizations and individuals statewide with more than 700 employees who we consider member representatives. Because we are the voice of business of East Hawaii and beyond, we: • Promote our island, its products and services by providing information to people all over the world • Influence legislation and government policies by providing access to government and legislative decision makers. HICC provides testimony on various causes, such as support for the merger of NextERA and HECO, as well as taking a stance in support of the Thirty Meter Telescope. • Voice our Island’s concerns to state, national and other local Chambers of Commerce and business organizations. • Sponsor seminars and presentations to keep members informed by providing information on business trends, legislation and new HAWAII ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WHAT IS HICC? FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS on the BIG ISLAND Rentals (808) 935-4152 | Sales (808) 935-0399 www.DayLum.com See HICC Page 5 Economists share economic forecasts for Hawaii County and the nation. Jeanette Baysa and Lori Villanueva of Hilo Coffee Mill at a Hawaii Forest & Trails Business After Hours pau hana event.
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