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The Struggle to the Top

KEARNEY — On sleepless nights, Travis Hollman doesn’t think about his successful Hollman Media company, or the prestigious Walter Scott Entrepreneurial Business Award the company won from the University of Nebraska this spring.

He ponders the 10 thorny years it took to grapple to the top.

He recalls the early days when he thought of scrapping his entrepreneurial dream and getting a conventional job...

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Hollman Media Wins 2014 Walter Scott Entrepreneurial Business Award

University of Nebraska President James B. Milliken has announced the winners of two NU awards honoring extraordinary efforts in entrepreneurship: the Walter Scott Entrepreneurial Business Award and the Peter Kiewit Student Entrepreneurial Award.

The Walter Scott award is designed to encourage existing businesses with a presence in Nebraska to create partnerships with the University of Nebraska in the area of technology. The award comes with a $10,000 prize to be used for the promotion and/or creation of student work experiences in the fields of information science, technology and engineering.

This year’s Scott award winner is Hollman Media, LLC, a Kearney-based web development business founded by University of Nebraska at Kearney graduates Travis and Angela Hollman. The company – whose staff is made up almost entirely of UNK students and alumni – develops mobile apps and other web-based business solutions. Hollman Media will re-invest its prize back into the university by working with UNK to create a new technology internship program designed to create hands-on learning opportunities for student interns who want to help develop digital technology.

Hollman Media is a frequent and engaging partner to the university. The company hires interns from multiple UNK departments, provides speakers for campus events and has developed web-based solutions that directly benefit UNK, including an online ticketing system for UNK Athletics and a weather notification system that allows UNK to more quickly alert the community to cancellations. Hollman Media is currently developing the “Kearney App,” an app that will leverage mobile technology to better attract visitors and new businesses to the Kearney area. The project involves major businesses and organizations in the city, including UNK – giving Hollman Media interns a unique opportunity to work directly with community leaders.

Additionally, Hollman Media is working with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to develop a mobile app based on the work of USDA researchers in Nebraska that could be used by cattle producers around the country. An earlier app developed by the company, My StuffFinder, wasfeatured in the New York Times last year.

“Hollman Media is the kind of entrepreneurial success story we hope to encourage and facilitate:  It started with two University of Nebraska graduates who started with little beyond a great idea and the drive to see it through,” Milliken said. “Today they are successful business owners who are helping to create jobs, keep talent in Nebraska and grow the innovation economy in Kearney and around the state. I am tremendously proud of Travis and Angela Hollman and I thank them for their continued partnership with the university. I’m confident we will see many more great things from their company.”

Travis Hollman, president and managing member, said the company’s decision to commit its prize to a new internship program at UNK embodied the spirit of the Scott award.

 “Winning an award as prestigious as the one bearing Walter Scott’s name is a high point in anyone’s career. We are honored and humbled to be permanently added to the list of distinguished businesses who have already won this award,” Hollman said. “UNK and the other University of Nebraska campuses consistently set the bar when it comes to reaching out to the business community and incentivizing companies to create partnerships in the area of technology. The Scott award is a terrific example of that.”



High-Tech and Homegrown
Kearney Web designer gets spotlight in New York Times

"In the south-central Nebraska city where industries like manufacturing and agriculture are king, Hollman Media is designing and developing custom websites, mobile websites and mobile apps that not only grow the business but also create technology-related jobs that will keep graduates home and draw workers to their rural community."

Read our full story from the cover of the Money section in the Omaha World Herald.




Hollman Media Site Wins Associated Press Award

Kearney, NE — Hollman Media, LLC, a Nebraska-based web and mobile applications developer, announced today that another one of its client's sites earned a first place finish for "best website" at the The Great Plains AP Broadcast Contest. The contest covered radio and television stations from Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota.

KNEB, which is part of Rural Radio Network launched the site, kneb.com, last Fall with the help of Hollman Media.

"Developing this site was special because our whole company was involved in the process and it was such a large, complex project behind the scenes."

Bill Boyer, Director of Operations at KNEB said the site is a major part of the company's day-to-day operations.

"We get a lot of traffic and the site is updating dozens of times a day," said Boyer. "A lot of people depend on our site for area news. We couldn't be happier with the site and with the ongoing relationship we have with Hollman Media."




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