Indian-origin businessman donates money to London University to create next generation entrepreneurs
Dr. Rami Singh Ranger is a successful entrepreneur and also a political and social reformer. He has his business interests which spans from his principal company Sun Mark Ltd. This company is an internationally renowned distribution and marketing company. Besides this he has business interests in various diverse fields which range from shipping to beverage manufacturing and property development business. Sun Mark food firm is the only company which has received the Queens Award for Enterprise since last five years.
Dr. Rami Ranger a well-known UK based NRI has donated an amount of 250,000 pounds to the London University. This donation has been done by him in order to support the Graduate Entrepreneurship Program. This fund donation given by Mr. Rami Ranger – Chairman and founder of Sun Mark Ltd. and Sea, Air and Land Forwarding Ltd. will be used to set up the fund required for Enterprise Excellence. This will be in Ranger’s name and the main aim of this fund will be to support the student’s entrepreneurial activities at the London University.
Dr. Rami Ranger Master in Business Economics Centre for Graduate Entrepreneurship aims at providing a workspace and hub for the students and graduates on various enterprise programs which was inaugurated by Theresa Villiers, who is the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland.
Dr. Rami Singh Ranger
This donation comes as a great help to the London University aiming at creating the next generation entrepreneurs. Dr. Rami Ranger is a businessman from Indian origin and has brought in pride to our nation. He has been actively involved in various educational and charitable activities. He has his focus on helping the people who are underprivileged and also create new entrepreneurs who will be able to develop the economy further. Dr. Rami Ranger is a patron member of the Princess Trust. He not only helps the needy on a financial basis but he also takes out ample time to talk to the youth and children coming from various underprivileged backgrounds – in order to share his experiences and stories with them. He makes it a point to explain to them how he started his life as a refugee as he has lost his father. It was his simple, honest and noble mother who raised him along with his seven siblings. He says he always believed that the world was of the person who worked hard.