Koch Industries Company Updates | Glassdoor

Company Updates

  • A college degree isn’t the right path for everyone. That's why we are partnering with mikeroweWORKS and the Charles Koch Foundation to support students of all ages who want to get trained for in-demand skills – such as construction, welding, engineering, and more. Does this sound like you? Apply to the 2018 Work Ethic Scholarship Program by June 4th: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQfBI

    Profoundly Disconnected

    Calling all plumbers, carpenters, electricians, welders, auto-technicians, and anyone getting trained for skilled jobs that are in demand! For the fifth year in a row, the Work Ethic Scholarship Program will give away a free pile of money to those who demonstrate strong work ethic and a thirst for skilled training.

  • With businesses stretching across a wide array of industries and continents, Koch Industries is committed to driving discoveries and innovations that will help people improve their lives.

    Q&A: Why Koch Wants to Grow the Next Great Breakthrough

    With businesses stretching across a wide array of industries and continents, Koch Industries is committed to driving discoveries and innovations that will help people improve their lives. As Managing Director of the recently launched Koch Disruptive Technologies, LLC (KDT), Jason Illian sees tremendous potential for growth beyond the usual industries and typical startup hotspots.

  • What happens when you ask employees of a global company to publicly share their challenges? http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQNHk

  • Chase Koch, president of Koch Disruptive Technologies, offers insight into some of the latest technologies having an impact within the businesses of Wichita-based Koch Industries Inc.

    From AI to blockchain, technology evolves within Koch Industries Inc.

    When Koch Industries Inc. last year launched a new division focused on disruptive technologies, it did so with the intention of staying ahead of the ever-accelerating technology curve. And in an item penned for the company's latest Discovery Newsletter, Chase Koch, president of Koch Disruptive Technologies, offers insight into some of the latest technologies having an impact within the businesses of Wichita-based Koch Industries Inc.

  • We are proud to be recognized as a Military Friendly® Employer for the third consecutive year for helping veteran employees excel in the civilian workforce!

    Koch Industries earns silver award as 2018 Military Friendly® employer

    Koch Industries was recognized as a Military Friendly® Employer by Victory Media for the third consecutive year for helping veteran employees excel in the civilian workforce - this year earning a Silver Award. The Military Friendly® Employer designation recognizes organizations helping veterans and other members of the military community make the transition from the military to the civilian workforce through programs such as Koch Vets.

  • It's always exciting when Koch companies come together to innovate. Koch-Glitsch and EFT Analytics are partnering to bring full service process engineering and powerful predictive data analytics solutions to refineries and plants.

    Koch-Glitsch Brings Powerful Predictive Analytical Solutions to Oil and Gas Industry

    Koch-Glitsch and EFT Analytics announced a partnership to provide full service process engineering and advanced data analytics solutions to enhance operations for refineries and petrochemical plants. This partnership offers comprehensive visibility of live plant operations leveraging applied machine learning and deep process knowledge.

  • Koch Disruptive Technologies announces its first investment!

    Koch Disruptive Technologies to Lead $150 Million Investment of INSIGHTEC

    WICHITA, Kan.; HAIFA, Israel - Koch Disruptive Technologies, a subsidiary of Koch Industries focused on finding and funding innovative and emerging companies, is the lead investor in a $150 million Series E funding round for INSIGHTEC, a commercial-stage medical device company revolutionizing surgery with MRI-guided focused ultrasound.

  • Approximately 65% of today's grade-schoolers will eventually work in roles that do not yet exist. Click here to learn how robots are giving Koch employees an innovative edge in the workplace. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQLsS

    Future of Work: Koch Industries Creates the Workplace & Jobs of the Future

    The face of the American workplace is transforming. In this new age of automation, in a world of autonomous automobiles and artificial intelligence, manufacturers have had to find ways to harness new technology to meet the future demands of consumers in the marketplace.

  • With the 2017 holiday shopping season in full swing, Georgia-Pacific, a paper company owned by Koch Industries, is actively working with its customers to use less of the very shipping material it makes. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQDwR

    Engineering Better Shipping Boxes for Holiday Shoppers

    Your Black Friday is getting a little browner. That's because, last year, more Americans did their Thanksgiving weekend shopping online (108.5 million) than at traditional brick-and-mortar stores (99.1 million).* And more online sales creates a growing need for strong, reliable brown boxes to get all those holiday gifts from retailers' distribution centers to your doorstep.

  • CEO Charles Koch has been named one of the world’s 100 greatest living business minds in Forbes. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQDFY

    Charles Koch | Values

    Lessons from the 100 Greatest Business Minds #forbesat100

Work at Koch Industries? Share Your Experiences

Koch Industries
  • Star
  • Star
  • Star
  • Star
  • Star
 
Click to Rate
or