September 1996 – Future President and CEO of Harmani submitted the essay "The Entrapment Cycle: Change and Continuity" to the University of Maryland. The idea for "Harmoni" (pronounced "harmony") materialized.
January 2000 – Future President and CEO of Harmani was featured in the Millennium Editionof Who’s Who in the World.
January 2000 – The "Bonding Knowledge and Technology" concept is created by future Harmani President and CEO.
February 2000 – The official Harmoni logo was created.
March 2000 – The name changed to Harmani (still pronounced "harmony"); the new official Harmani logo was created.
April 2000 – Harmani evolved into a distance education web portal.
May 2003 – Harmani closed its distance education portal and began offering online educational support services.
August 2003 – Harmani expanded its online educational services to include one-on-one ESL and other tutoring support services.
November 2003 – Harmani began offering "Circle Club" workshops in (Ginza) Tokyo, Japan.
April 2004 – Harmani received the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Title I approval.
November 2004 – Harmani celebrated the first anniversary of its Innovative Auxiliary Workshop Program, which consisted of 100 workshop offerings.
October 2004 – The Harmani President and CEO spoke at the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) Conference for the technical creation of its “Mustangs On Books” program.
September 2005 – Harmani signed a contract with The School District of Philadelphia under the No Child Left Behind Act.
February 2005 – The Daily Yomiuri published 8 Harmani ESL students’ cutting-edge essays.
July 2005 – Harmani’s mascot, a greyhound, was created. It was named "Harmani-kun."
January 2006 – Harmani created The Jerome Arthur Vaughn and Nagao-Tanaka Scholarships.
June 2006 – Twenty Harmani English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) students received scores of 800 or higher on the Test of English International Communication (TOEIC).
June 2006 – Harmani created its first iPod-cast for English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) learners, and achieves a student enrollment of 100 part-time students.
April 2007 – Harmani became a limited liability corporation (LLC) and is now known as Harmani, LLC.
May 2007 – Harmani, LLC published its first in a series of "Circle 1" workbooks.
January 2008 – Harmani, LLC expands its services to include translation and technology support services, and becomes a recognize leader of providing high-end technology support and translation support services around the globe.
February 2009 - Harmani, LLC creates and publishes its first iPhone Application called, ”Legal E". The iPhone Application becomes popular throughout the United States and gets the attention of King County Law Library located in Seattle, Washington.
March 2010 - Harmani, LLC creates and publishes the first of its "Name that Books" for preschool and elementary age children. The "Name that U.S. State" workbook is released on the U.S. market. Associated iPhone app released on iTunes.
April 2010 - Harmani, LLC receives Patent Pending Application (61/322,011). Begins production of patent product. Makes commitment to create new global enterprise.
June 2010 - Harmani, LLC acquires a 25% stake in global consultancy firm and e-journal.
January 2011 - New global company is created called, Harmani Associates International, LLC. Harmani, LLC is formerly acquired by new global enterprise and dissolved.