When we survey employees for the annual Best Companies to Work For program, we ask them their attitudes about four categories: benefits, leadership and management, opportunities for growth, and company culture. To make the list, companies must be strong, if not exceptional, in all of those categories.Read More
Hansen spoke to KSL Sports from Provo, where he leads Tesani, a holding company for a variety of businesses and startups spearheaded by the Orem native. His current project is Eddy HR, a human resources software platform that utilizes artificial intelligence to simplify companies' HR needs.Read More
Congratulations to the “Micro” companies honored in the 2017 Best Companies to Work For program. Companies in this category have between 25 and 50 full time employees.Read More
Travis Hansen learned leadership during nearly two decades on the basketball court for UVU, BYU and the NBA. Now he’s fast breaking on the wave of entrepreneurism. “Surfers paddle 90 percent of the time, and 10 percent of the time they get to ride the wave,” Hansen says. “We call those moments our ‘Tesani moments’ and we create them inside our companies.”Read More
BYU basketball alumnus Travis Hansen spoke to students at the Student Athlete Building on Nov. 30.
As a former professional basketball player and experienced entrepreneur, he came to advise students on how to find similar success in their post-college careers.Read More
I traveled with my Dad and two sons, Ryder and Mason, to the Duke vs Utah Valley University game last week in Durham, North Carolina. Coach K won his 1,000 win for Duke and at the end of the game he said;
“We can’t think about what was, even though it has been a remarkable and we can't think about what will be, even though we hope for great things. We must think about now. Enjoy this moment at this time with this team.”Read More