Kansas State University has said that a leading trucking logistics company has invested the amount of $1 million in the College of Business Administration of Kansas State University to name it the Shamrock Student Success Suite and inaugurate funding to sustain the National Strategic Selling Institute. Shamrock Trading corporation is also a parent company to a series of brands in finance, transportation services and technology, Shamrock is a well-known leading company in the industry.
The founder and CEO of Shamrock Trading Corporation, Bill Ryan has shared that the company is delighted to be a part of the initiative led by Kansas State College of Business. Which is an investment for the future of the students, the school and the business community. According to K-State, wildcat fans may be familiar with the family-owned Shamrock of Overland Park as a result of its leadership gifts to the Athletics Department. It claimed the investment in the College of Business Administration this spring marks the company’s first philanthropic commitment to a college and is committed directly to student success.
A leading trucking logistics company has invested the amount of $1 million in the College of Business Administration of Kansas State University.
Explaining the features of the initiative, the university also mentioned how there are several facilities which are provided to the students at the new Shamrock Student Success Suit. The place is claimed to be the perfect place for the students of undergraduate business, as they get access to meet career and academic advisors, and tutors, identify and reach the goals of academics and work with people. The university is getting more than help from the notable partners of the Shamrock group who invest in K-State to become the foremost land-grant and top priority institutional place for the next generation in the country.
Ranked among the top three best places to work in Kansas City in the recent six to seven years, according to K-State, Shamrock has also made investments in the National Strategic Selling Institute at K-State which is one of the best places in the country to learn strategic selling. A collaborative approach to business that focuses on people and their needs, a way how strategic selling connects people with solutions and opportunities for their requirements rather than running after selling their services or products, is what strategic selling is according to the University. During the academic year 2021-2022, the National Strategic Selling Institute has also celebrated its 10-year anniversary.
Shamrock Trading Corporation is a parent company to a series of finance, transportation services, and technology brands.
Kevin Gwinner, who is the dean of the College of Business Administration has stated that Shamrock Trading Corporation has generously donated $1 million to the College of Business. He also added that Shamrock is a great corporate partner, and this gift will strengthen the relationship of both the organisations for the upcoming five years by renaming the Shamrock Student Success Suite, creating a perpetual endowment to benefit the National Strategic Selling Institute, and expanding opportunities and experiences for business students. The investment by Shamrock in business students is a natural extension to help them succeed.
According to K-State, in fall 2021 during a campus visit, Shamrock CEO Bill Ryan envisioned a connection with the College of Business Administration as a solid investment – for Shamrock and the future of business. The gift will benefit both the Shamrock Student Success Suite and the National Strategic Selling Institute.