The County of Maui is urging local businesses to take advantage of a valuable online resource aimed at bolstering their recovery efforts following the August fires. The revamped MauiNuiFirst.com website is set to be relaunched by the end of this month, offering businesses an expanded platform to showcase their products, services, and activities.
“Supporting our local businesses is not just a matter of commerce; it’s a commitment to the very heart of our community,” said Luana Mahi, Director of the County of Maui Office of Economic Development. “These businesses are the lifeblood of our islands’ economy, and their resilience in the face of adversity is a testament to their unwavering dedication. The County of Maui is steadfast in our commitment to providing the support necessary for them to not only recover but thrive.”
When the updated MauiNuiFirst.com website goes live, businesses can look forward to a range of new features designed to enhance their visibility and connections within the community. These include expanded online profiles, B2B networking opportunities, and a dedicated section for those affected by the wildfires to provide updates on their status and ways the community can extend a helping hand.
Additionally, businesses can promote exclusive kama‘aina deals to gain local support, fostering a stronger sense of community and shared prosperity.
To register for a free listing, businesses are encouraged to complete the Maui Nui First Online Application by clicking on the “register your business” link on the MauiNuiFirst.com website. For businesses already listed on this directory with no changes to their information, an indication of this on the application will suffice. If updates are needed, a new application should be submitted.
For further inquiries or assistance, please email email@example.com.
MauiNuiFirst.com is an online directory created by the County of Maui Office of Economic Development to celebrate and support the diverse businesses, products, services, and activities that make "Maui Nui" no ka oi. Serving as a vital resource for both businesses and consumers alike, it plays a pivotal role in nurturing a strong, interconnected community.
February 22, 2024