Brand-Aid Kicks Off

StoryManager is proud to be a sponsor of another BizGym Foundation project: Brand-Aid Hawai‘i. Brand-Aid kicked off this week with an inaugural Brand-Aid Triage Pop-up in downtown Honolulu. Special Thanks to Dr. Evans and the gang at Argosy University for being the presenting sponsor and hosting the event at Tamarind Park at Bishop Square. The
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Steve Sue Profiled in Midweek

In Hawai‘i, getting profiled on the cover of Midweek is a dream for many. I didn’t really get that until we arrived there this week. so I’m especially thankful to Midweek business & entrepreneurial writer Christina O’Connor and photographer extraordinaire Nathalie Walker for making us look and sound so zesty. I also want to thank
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Steve Sue B-Planning Class @UH pnm

Business Plan Writing for Creatives Event ID: L13625 Info: Feb 9-23, 2015 • Mon • 6:00-8:00pm • 3 mtgs • UHM Sakamaki C102 • $75 With: Steve Sue A Workshop to Turn Your Big Idea into a Business Ready to make your breakaway business? Through three, two-hour sessions, you create a full business plan lead
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IPH Web Dev Sprint

Congrats to Island Partners Hawai‘i crew for blowing this site out in just a few days! This is a very deep site that was done with a number of IPH staff lead by Tony Vericella over a long weekend to make a key deadline. Web Development Sprint This site was a revamp of a 40-page
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ChefZone Opens

As reported previously, StoryManager used BizGym to create a “Costco for Restaurants” concept for Y. Hata & Company in Hawai‘i. From business planning and financial modeling to brand development, we were able to define a “secret sauce” that ChefZone  can use to win the day against big box stores. We wish the ChefZone team huge
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ChefZone Comes to Life!

StoryManager is proud to have played a part in bringing ChefZone to life. ChefZone is a new foodservice concept that took over 2 years of planning and development to create a business sized to do $100M a year through a 45,000sf facility in Honolulu, Hawai‘i. This was an epic feat of new business modeling that
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Web Design Trends for 2015

As we step into fourth quarter, much thought is given to finding opportunities for standing out (or simply staying relevant) in the coming year.  Savvy marketers are reviewing web trends and analyzing traffic patterns to gain insight on how to better reach, inform, engage and convert their visitors.  Much of the focus of this analysis
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6 Reasons to Upgrade to Google Universal Analytics

Unless you measure something, any statement you make about it is just a guess. When it comes you your website, Google Analytics is how you measure it.  Google Analytics tells you what brings people to your website—and what drives them away. Now Google has made major changes to analytics, resulting in Universal Analytics.   Even if
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3 Tips to Basic Social Media

I had acai bowls this morning with one of my best friends. Like many, he seeks to leverage the awesomeness of Social Media for his professional association. Now I’m no Rob Bertholf, but my simple advice on basic Social seems a helpful approach for lay-folks. So rather than write an email to my friend, I
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