Although Hawaii is technically a U.S. state, it functions almost entirely off of the strength of its own local economy. Tourism is by far the biggest industry in Honolulu, and every visitor, the state must first land in Honolulu before venturing to any of the surrounding Hawaiin islands. It’s a popular tourist destination for both continental Americans and inhabitants of East Asia.
Thanks to its perfect position between the United States and Asia, Honolulu not only serves as an important refueling point for planes and shops between the two continents but also as a middle ground for Asian-American companies.
Honolulu is the capital in terms of banking and financial activity on the islands, so most of the financial services and hospitality jobs are going to be found right here amongst the hustle and bustle of international tourism.
If you own a small business in Honolulu, then you’re probably familiar with the competitive nature of the island. Although locally-owned businesses are still the life-blood of the islands, large corporations have moved into the big city and are slowly taking over small businesses and their customers.
In order to compete against this, you’re going to need a creative lead generation strategy designed to put a steady stream of fresh clients in your pocket before the big guys get a chance at stealing your would-be customer.
At the surface-level, our process is incredibly simple. We do demographic research and create a custom lead funnel for your business. As we generate a list of leads, we contact them and ensure that these leads are qualified buyers who are actually searching for the product or service that your business provides. Once we’ve verified them, we forward them to you so that you can handle the sales details.
Essentially, we’re just a middleman connecting searching customers with providing companies. In exchange for our results-driven services, we take a small percentage of the sale as our commission. However, if the lead doesn’t convert, you won’t have to pay us a dime. That’s because we guarantee each and every lead is going to be worth your time and energy.
Hawaii has a diverse population consisting of local Pacific Islanders, immigrants from the continental U.S., and Asia as well. There’s a big focus on tourism here, and the city is known for its pristine beaches, proximity to local hiking spots, and its high-end retail zone.
According to the latest information obtained from the U.S. Census Bureau, the island of Honolulu currently has 974,563 residents. That’s pretty big for a small island. Here is the current demographic breakdown by race:
- 2.8% Black/African American
- 21.6% White
- 10% Hispanic/Latino
- 42.9% Asian
The median household income in Honolulu is $82,906, and the cost of living is high enough to match it. The poverty rate here is only 7.7% due to the fact that most of the people living at or under the poverty line reside in the surrounding islands which feature a more rural landscape.
- Honolulu is the only U.S. city that is home to a Royal Palace (belonging to the native Pacific Islanders).
- Honolulu has the largest concentration of Buddhist temples in the Western World.
- Hawaii has 10 of the world’s 14 different climate zones.
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