With a blend of holistic products and humor, two local sisters are building a business that is growing far beyond their expectations.
Debby and Julie Klarkowski of Green Bay started making natural soaps, and after receiving rave reviews from users, made a few hundred bars to sell. In setting up a business, they needed a name and packaging. That led them back to their childhood and the threat that bad language meant soap in the mouth.
Maui County SCORE depends on the sale of the Maui Clounty t-shirts as a fundraiser for our chapter. You will find Police, Fire & Lifeguard department designs. We carry regular T-shirts, Long Sleeve, Tank Tops and some special items such as Jacketes & Sweatshirts. There are no online sales at this time.
Visit the Maui County Store and Resource Center at the Maui Mall.
70 East Ka`ahamanu Ave. Unit B-9 Phone: 808-270-5767
A four session workshop designed to assist those that are about to become supervisors and those that are supervisors to harness the skills necessary to achieve your goals and objectives through others.
Session 1 – November 19th 5pm-7pm The Task of Supervision – Marc Goldberg
• Role of the Supervisor
• Effective Behaviors
• The decision making process
• The role of the facilitator
Why do some women in business have such an easy time promoting themselves and others feel scared, overwhelmed and avoid sharing their gifts out loud?
According to sales expert and award-winning business coach, Mary O'Connor, there is an undiagnosed disorder that keeps many talented women from sharing their expertise with the world, and it keeps them stuck, frustrated and under-earning...it's called SPAD (Self Promotion Anxiety Disorder).
Juliana Ramirez and her support team provided a hands-on trainng session for QuickBooks. This 3 hour session provided specific guidance, from beginners wanting to set up book keeping, to advanced users needing assistance to customized reports.
Last week’s column featured the new partnership between SCORE and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
As the face of family farming changes, the USDA is encouraging the development of ag-related businesses by offering an array of loan programs. Among those is a microloan program that is being administered by area Farm Services Agency offices.