Category: Awards/Press

Recently Announced Program by EY for Black and Latinx Entrepreneurs Includes Electro Soft, Incorporated

MONTGOMERYVILLE, Pennsylvania, February 4, 2021 — Ernst & Young LLP (EY US) recently announced the inaugural cohort of the Entrepreneurs Access Network (EAN), a business accelerator and comprehensive, executive program designed to help Black- and Latinx-owned companies transcend barriers and scale their business. The inaugural cohort includes select entrepreneurs across the US, including Karla Trotman, […]

Philadelphia Inquirer Interview About Black-Owned Business

Last month, President Karla Trotman was sent interview questions for an article that was to appear in the Philadelphia Inquirer about Black-owned businesses finding new opportunities during this current iteration of the racial justice movement. While most of her questions did not appear in the article, one of the quotes was cut and didn’t fully […]

Electro Soft Named to Business Journal List of Largest Family-Owned Businesses

It’s official: Electro Soft Inc. has been named to the Philadelphia Business Journal’s list of the Largest Family-Owned Businesses in Greater Philadelphia! In an emailed announcement to Electro Soft, Business Journal Market President and Publisher William Smith pointed out that “According to the U.S. Census Bureau, family-owned companies account for 64 percent of U.S. gross […]

Electro Soft’s Karla Trotman featured in radio interview, podcast

Karla Trotman, executive vice president of Electro Soft Inc., was featured on the July 20th episode of the Growing Greater Philadelphia Podcast & Radio Program, which aired on AM radio station 1210WPHT. You can listen to the entire 30-minute program anytime by clicking here for a download link, or by visiting Growing Greater Philadelphia […]

Electro Soft named to list of Philly’s largest veteran-owned businesses

We’re excited to announce that The Philadelphia Business Journal has again named Electro Soft Inc. to its annual Largest Veteran-Owned Businesses List and Largest Minority-Owned Businesses List. We’re proud of our history, and the fact that we’ve come a long way from our humble beginnings. “In 1986, I started my own business on my kitchen […]