news: 2014

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Partners in Caring

Yet again, Tensentric’s Partners in Caring program was a highlight of the year. The program allowed us to donate to several deserving organizations this year.

Colorado Avalanche Game

The Tensentric family had a night out to watch the Colorado Avalanche take on the Toronto Maple Leafs this month. The Pepsi Center, host to all Avalanche home games, was full of fans as the Avalanche finally ended its three-game losing streak by beating the Leafs in overtime leaving the final score 4-3. Despite Toronto’s loss, Tensentric’s CEO, Wade Lukianow, originally from Canada, sported his Toronto Maple Leafs jersey with a smile!

2nd Annual Oktoberfest

Prost! (Cheers!) Tensentric hosted another Front Range Medical Device Community Oktoberfest this October. This year’s Oktoberfest was complete with traditional German food including brats, kraut and streudel, plenty of old-school steins and décor in the traditional Oktoberfest colors of blue and white.

Tensentric VIP Summer Concert

This summer, Tensentric took to Chatfield Reservoir for the Denver Botanic Gardens’ Summer Concert Series to watch the Barenaked Ladies perform live. Complete with VIP tent, we were able to enjoy food and drink as well as the company of coworkers, friends and family.

Tensentric and Stanford Biodesign

Tensentric COO Jeff Gentry was honored to present this month at the Stanford Biodesign Innovation conference in Palo Alto, California. Stanford BioDesign Innovation is a one year fellowship program for clinicians, scientists, engineers, and business professionals with the goal of inventing new medical device technologies that address major clinical and surgical needs.

Bike to Work Day 2014

Nearly 30,000 cyclists took to the streets this year for Bike to Work Day 2014. Tensentric registered in the Business Challenge along with other companies of similar size in the Boulder County area. About half of employees participated, way to go team!

Supporting Engineering World Health

Tensentric is proud to be supporting Engineering World Health. Engineering World Health (EWH) is a non-profit organization that mobilizes the biomedical engineering community to improve the quality of health care in hospitals that serve resource-poor communities of the developing world.

Ski and Snowboard Day

One of the most popular paid holidays at Tensentric is the first Thursday of of every March. Ski Day.