Maui . . . High Tech . . . Really!

For all of those who have gotten burned out on Silicon Valley and Silicon Alley and other high tech hubs turned upside down in the Internet fallout, the island of Maui is calling you.

The State of Hawaii has pulled out all the stops and is lobbying high-tech businesses across the United States to relocate to the up-and-coming high-tech hubs on the Island of Maui.

Web sites such as Friends of Maui: High Tech Economic Development and High Tech Maui offer the latest information on bold new state tax incentives that are available to qualified businesses.

A webcast is available online that shows off all that Hawaii has to offer budding high-tech companies.

Hey, you've got to locate your business somewhere... Aloha!

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