Category: Electro Soft news

What Happens When Small-Business Owners Meet? Big Ideas

As a lifelong learner, I’m always hungry to devour knowledge in its many forms. Years ago, I used to read the Small Business blog featuring a man by the name of Paul Downs. I didn’t look into the details of his business. I just knew that he was a woodworking craftsman who would detail […]

Join us next Friday for Manufacturing Day 2018

It’s almost time for Manufacturing Day 2018, and we hope you’ll join us on Friday, Oct. 5th as we open up Electro Soft’s doors to inspire the next generation of manufacturers. We’ll be hosting three tours throughout the day: 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Each tour will be the same, is open to […]

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 […]

Go Behind the Scenes With Electro Soft

  Take a Virtual Tour of Our Manufacturing Facility We’ve been hard at work this summer, getting our facilities ready to give you a behind-the-scenes tour of where the magic happens at Electro Soft. The good news is, you won’t have to travel — or even get out of your chair — to take part in it. […]

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 […]

Philadelphia Works Podcast Features Electro Soft

Don’t miss Electro Soft Executive Vice President Karla Trotman’s podcast for Philadelphia Works! Karla talks about leading a family business in Philadelphia; the challenges of finding skilled employees at a time when students are being encouraged to attend college instead of learning a trade; the image issue faced by the manufacturing industry and how Electro […]