SANTA MONICA, Calif. and HONOLULU, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ROC CEO Ron McElroy met with key governmental leaders and representatives earlier this month to hash out details about the newest premier ROC location which included detailing the methods currently being used to create a healthy, sustainable, and flourishing business opportunity for the surrounding community of Honolulu.
"Sustainable infrastructure is necessary to make business and commerce happen smoothly, or in today's terms organically," explains McElroy.
Ron McElroy has meet with Hawaii's Strategic Development Corp., Department of Business Economic Development and Tourism (DBEDT), and the Deputy Managing Director for Honolulu to discuss the economic and long term implications of operating a business in Honolulu. McElroy, having family roots throughout Hawaii, has an invested interest beyond a dollar amount. Both parties look forward to further discussions on how they will work together to improve the economic future of the city.
A vital concern of importance to both Ron McElroy and the DBEDT is in creating opportunities, specifically within struggling communities for the less privileged. The Chief Officer, Georja Skinner, noted she already has been interested in establishing a Disadvantaged Reintroduction Program in specific local areas. Both for McElroy and ROC, a longstanding community involvement includes just this specific type of program involvement. One such type of program located in the greater Los Angeles area called Chrysalis, assists recovered criminal, drug addicted or homeless background individuals with a reintroduction opportunity under a guided and undeniably successful program, which ROC is proud to actively support. ROC, specifically McElroy, will be looking forward to facilitating and assisting the State with this new program.
"To know that an entire city and state are willing and able to lend support in cleaning up our communities the right way is truly a good feeling...a feeling of Aloha!" said McElroy.
About ROC (Real Office Centers) - Real Office Centers (ROC) was founded in order to bring serviced offices and collaborative, open source workspaces that are socially sustainable to the top influential market regions of Southern California (and soon Hawaii). Currently ROC has offices located in six diverse, thriving and prestigious communities, all of which focus on mentoring, supporting, and providing opportunities for innovative Entrepreneurs that are contributing to the innovation in their respective markets. Above and beyond serviced office space ROC has created and filled a niche that is reflective of the new way we work, "smarter not harder."
Contact person: Becky Beattie
Company name: ROC Real Office Centers
Location Address: 4590 MacArthur Blvd.
Telephone number: (949) 335-7177
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Website address: realofficecenters.com
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