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Supporting rising and inspiring female entrepreneurs.

WeGo! is proud to support female entrepreneurs in our community, many of which being students and we want to showcase these amazing girls in any way that we can. Here is a summary of what we've done so far to highlight and showcase the awesome businesswomen in our community:

WeGo! Beach Cleanup:

In addition to promoting sustainability and cleaner beaches, our beach cleanup also helped promote multiple female student-owned small businesses. All volunteers were given coupons and cookies, supporting the following businesses:

Coupons from:

Hooked on You Hawaii: Nanea Allen '24

Kauwela Oahu: Summer Wong '24, Isla Sexton '24, and Naomi Wong '24

Keira's Kreations: Keira Henriques '24

Cookies made by:

Maud Sweets, Anika Yoshida '23

To read more about our beach cleanup, click here

Festival of Ideas:

In Punahou's three-day inaugural event, WeGo! had the privilege of holding three showcases for the event's three themes: Building Bold Futures, Innovation in Education, and Sustainability. WeGo!'s showcase for the Sustainability theme was titled, A Call to Action: Student Sustainable Businesses. The showcase highlighted three student small businesses, all with the same call to action: to live sustainably. The following three businesses were featured:

Keira's Kreations, Keira Henriques '24

Postable, Jessica Erwin '24 and Danielle Lee '24

Shop Sabina's, Sabina Funasaki '24

Business Workshops and Seminars

WeGo! has held business workshops walking students a three-step process of starting their own businesses. These seminars on entrepreneurship and the basics of business have helped students identify needs within their community, and work together to come up with innovative solutions.

To read more about our entrepreneurship workshops, click here.

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