March 20, 2017 - Ian Kitajima, technology sherpa and design thinking advocate, was presented with the Intrapreneur of the Year award at the 17th Annual Hawai’i Venture Capital Association (HVCA) Gala in February. A staunch supporter of technology industry growth in Hawai‘i, HVCA fosters entrepreneurial development through networking, education, and access to venture capital.
March 3, 2017 - What does a barnacle have to do with power generation in Hawai‘i? Oceanit has collaborated with Hawaiian Electric Companies to implement an innovative solution to battle the barnacles at Kahe Power Plant that in the long run can save customers money.
“We highly value the opportunity to work with Hawaiian Electric Companies and add value to their plan to deploy cost-effective innovation and technology energy services to their customers,” said Dr. Patrick K. Sullivan, Oceanit founder and CEO.
February 23, 2017 - Street art has become increasingly popular within communities in recent years. In just the last decade, names such as Banksy and Shepard Fairey have become world renown in today’s pop culture, giving positive recognition to the term “graffiti” and welcoming it as a regenerated form of art within urban communities.