On this episode Josh speaks with Daniel Goldstein, President and CEO of Folience. They discuss employee stock ownership plans (ESOPS), the advantages of having one, and the best ways of getting to that. Click above to listen to the full episode, or click here for highlights.
A sale to employees keeps the company local, and that may be more important to some owners than getting the highest price.
During a Congressional Hearing held today by the U.S. House Small Business Committee, ESOP Association member Daniel Goldstein, President and CEO of Cedar Rapids based Folience, gave testimony and answered questions regarding the Challenges and Benefits of Employee-owned Small Businesses.
A conversation with Daniel Goldstein, President & CEO, Folience, Inc.
Folience CEO Daniel Goldstein gives insight on leading a 100% employee-owned company. Read his comments in this publication from NCEO, who he will be joining as a member of the keynote panel at the the 2019 Fall ESOP Form in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Folience company Life Line Emergency Vehicles was featured in the Iowa State University Center for Industrial Research and Services Newsletter. Read the entire story here.
Folience CEO Daniel Goldstein sits down with Tim Borroughes of Family Wealth Report to discuss the demonstrated advantages of an ESOP over other forms of companies.
The GEXP Collaborative welcomes Daniel Goldstein, the President and CEO of Folience, to their show. Folience is an investment firm that specializes in ESOPs (Employee Stock Ownership Plans). ESOPs are an intriguing business strategy that every business owner should consider.