Contact- Cynthia Heinjus, Chair of Kōmike ʻEnehana
1) Can I continue to use the Whova app to keep in touch with fellow attendees?
Absolutely! You can follow up with the people you met or those you couldn’t connect with during the event through the in-app messages, e-business card requests, and Bulletin Board posts.
2) Other than that, what can I do with the app? The event is already over.
Receive updates about future events from your event organizers. And most of all, many events use Whova world-wide, so in the near future if you attend any other events, you do not need to download the app again. So, keep and use the Whova app as a central place to manage all of your event networking activities.
3) How long will the event information remain on the app?
We will keep the event information (e.g., agenda) for 6 months, or longer upon the organizer’s request. However, your contacts, messages, and scanned cards will not be removed.
The Kōmike ʻEnehana would like to say mahalo to everyone that used the 2019 AOHCC Convention app in Maui as a part of our efforts to reduce our use of paper and to share updated information with our members on a regular basis. MAHALO NUI to each of our sponsors that have made a donation to crowd source the app.
Mahalo nui to our sponsors:
Pelekikena Discretionary Fund $500.00
Kehau Shintani $50.00
Malia & Victor Nobrega-Olivera $50.00
Kehau Butts $30.00
Holoaumoku Ralar $30.00
Toni Lee $30.00
Benton Pang $50.00
Lorna Akima $50.00
Kaimana Bacarse $50.00
Julian Ako $100.00
Mapuana de Silva $30.00
Cynthia Heijus $130.00
Ku’umealoha Gomes $30
Kilohana Hirano $50
Lahela Jarrett-Holmwood $200.00
Moku o Manokalanipō- Kauaʻi Council- $80.00
Kea Kalā- $39.00
Total raised $1,499.00