The Chamber’s signature events bring together the business community to help advance the state’s economic climate and help businesses and business leaders succeed.
Attend or sponsor a Chamber event to promote your company, build brand awareness, market to your target demographics, expand your network and invest in your local community.
If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities for signature events, email Tricia Fetui at email@example.com.
Annual Membership Luncheon
The Annual Membership Luncheon is the Chamber’s largest event of the year, and includes exhibitor networking expo, luncheon and keynote speaker.
Business on the Green Golf Tournament
Our “must-attend” golf tournament featuring food and beverage at every hole, friendly competition and and networking around the course.
Board Chair Executive Roast & Toast
Held every other year to honor the Chamber’s outgoing Board of Directors Chair, the Executive Roast & Toast features an elegant cocktail reception and dinner program.
Business After Hours
Networking with like-minded professionals, making valuable connections and sharing information about your company in a social setting.
CEO Leadership Series
Opportunity for C-suite executives to connect with nationally-recognized experts and their peers in an intimate setting.
Every January, the Chamber holds a week of programming that coincides with the opening of the Hawaii State Legislature. Events include a Capitol Lobbying Day, meetings with lawmakers and educational opportunities on policy issues that businesses face.
Intimate educational and network opportunity helping startup, and small to medium sized businesses succeed.
Employment Law Seminar
Hawaii’s most well-attended and comprehensive employment law and personnel seminar, in partnership with Torkildson, Katz, Hetherington, Harris, & Knorek.
Hawaii on the Hill
Hawaii on the Hill is a 3-day Washington, D.C. fly-in that includes a Welcome Reception, Policy Summit and Hawaii on the Hill, Capitol Hill’s most popular state showcase.
Hawaii had never hosted such an event until 2014, when U.S. Senator Mazie Hirono reached out to the Chamber to develop an initiative to showcase Hawaii. The Chamber launched its “Hawaii on the Hill” that year, which has grown from 50 to over 150 participants representing more than 80 companies.
In response to COVID-19, the Chamber has held over 50 webinars with 3,000 attendees on a variety of educational topics and forums with government leaders.