By Fern Gavelek
NETWORKING—New Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce (KKCC) members have the opportunity to introduce themselves at monthly AfterHours events by taking the stage and sharing information about their business.
Five new members took the mike at the October pau hana hosted by HPM in Kona:
is with the team at Venture Sotheby’s International Realty
. She has five-years-plus experience as a realtor and also is co-owner of Dickenson General Contracting. She said her experience in the building industry helps clients navigate their home needs, 808-854-1023
of The Mold Doctors
provides turnkey damage restoration of leaks, floods, storms, wind and fire damage. “Our trained team specializes in mold removal and we also tackle odors from pets and musty conditions,” said Braddock. Located in Kailua-Kona with 24/7 emergency service, www.themolddrs.com.
of Alpha Electric Supply Company
says his company provides
solutions to meets the needs of local electricians and contractors. Alpha offers sales and distribution and is located in Kailua-Kona, www.alphaelectricsupply.com.
of Queens’ MarketPlace
shared the Waikoloa Beach Resort shopping center has 55 tenants at the sprawling 110,000 square-foot center. “We offer retailers, services, a grocer, fitness center, food court and luxury cinema,” she detailed. “In addition we have a full calendar of annual events, like the ‘Ukulele Festival, geared for both visitors and residents.” Visit www.queensmarketplace.net.
of Naupaka Services
stated her company assists small businesses with virtual office systems, office coordination services and special projects. Examples of remote administrative assistance include data entry, social media facilitation, gathering information to create reports, calendar creation and more, https://naupakaservices.com/services.
NEW KKCC MEMBERS—From left: Bill Braddock of The Mold Doctors, Diandra Dickinson of Venture Sotheby’s International Realty, Dayna Wong of Naupaka Services, Hanna Bree of Queens’ MarketPlace and Alex Jimenez of Alpha Electric Supply.