Kyäni began with three founding families who achieved enormous success through hard work and innovation. Kirk Hansen and the Hansen family own a large petroleum distribution company. The Hansen’s were the first to introduce computer oil analysis and bulk lubricants to their area. Later, they were leaders in converting their service stations into convenience stores.The conversion was an enormous success. Now the Hansen’s family business is one of the largest petroleum distributors in the United States.
The Taylor family, including Carl Taylor, transformed three acres and a horse into one of the largest potato farms and cattle ranches in Idaho. Today they use cutting-edge technology to expand every aspect of their business. As a result, their business continues to grow dramatically.
In a strategic partnership, successful innovators Dick and Gayle Powell introduced the Hansens and Taylors to the miraculous power of two relatively unknown Superfoods—Wild Alaskan Blueberries and Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon. The Powells also introduced Kirk, Carl, and their families to network marketing. They immediately became passionate about the industry because it allowed them to give back to others looking for opportunity while resonating with their core values. Through sheer work ethic, determination, and teamwork, distributors are able to achieve success and provide their families with a lucrative lifestyle.
Quickly realizing the power of these superfoods and how they could be marketed, Kyäni was formed, using the native Alaskan word for "strong medicine” as the company name. With the Hansen and Taylor family businesses exceeding one billion dollars in combined sales, Kyäni was one of the most financially secure company launches in history. Today, Kyäni offers some of the most powerful health and wellness products in the world. Join us as we share the power of Kyäni’s story and its life-changing products with the world.