First of its Kind, The Change Center Collective Workspace Opens in Downtown Hilo

Press release published for immediate publication. 
Hilo, Hawai’i-
 ChangeMakers Hawai’i (CMH) announces the grand opening of The Change Center Collective Workspace on March 2nd, the first co-working space in Hilo. The Change Center offers shared resources for virtual employees and entrepreneurs and is a part of the CMH Economic Development Corporation.

A co-working space is a concept that has become increasingly popular and is designed to accommodate people from different companies and entrepreneurs with shared facilities, services and tools. The Change Center will take donations in exchange for memberships, and amenities include beverages, WiFi, and a printer/copier. It also has reserved office space and a conference room, depending on the level of membership.

CMH Founder Olani Lilly and other special guests will attend the blessing, followed by refreshments and tour of The Change Center. The public is invited to the opening to celebrate and experience all that is offered at The Change Center firsthand.

“We’re excited to bring The Change Center Collective Workspace to Hilo,” said CMH Founder Olani Lilly. “It’s the first of it’s kind here, so it expands affordable resources for Hawai’i Island’s remote workers and entrepreneurs.”

The Change Center is located at 120 Keawe Street, Suite 202, Hilo, Hawai’i 96720. The grand opening begins at 5:00PM on March 2nd. For planning purposes, attendees are asked to RSVP by visiting

About The Change Center Collective Workspace
The Change Center provides a flexible workspace solution for remote workers and entrepreneurs to foster easy of economic growth in Hawai’i. Changemakers Hawai’i Community and Economic Development Corporation is a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) that invests in Hawai’i through programs directed at empowering underserved communities by providing access to financial resources not usually available to them, including hands-on support and business education. For more information:

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