Pssst! Share the Telecom Secret!
|What does this mean for
business growth in Hawaii?
Our marketing research indicates that a whole new telecommunications niche can flourish in the Aloha State if we play our cards right. We project that by the year 2000 the local long distance telecommunications industry can grow in this state from the $75 million business it is today to a $300 million annual business. By the turn of the century this could create approximately 5000 new, high paying jobs in the telecommunications industry and diversify the state economy while we're at it.
|Now that you know about the
potential that the new fiber optic lifeline to the mainland portends, let's look at what's
wrong with the current scenario.
The most pressing problem is that virtually no one else in the country knows about Hawaii's new telecommunications capabilities. They still think we do business by satellite, which is much more expensive and less efficient.
Given the enormous budget that is spent on tourism promotion, why not spend a fraction of that on informing the rest of the nation on our new fiber optic capabilities?
Now that we are on the information superhighway, let's turn on the ignition and start rolling.
The Honolulu Advertiser
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