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229: Andesa's Employee Owners from O2O

Andesa's Employee Owners from the Owner to Owner podcat

We're pleased to share this recent episode of the Owner to Owner podcast. Host Jesse Tyler is joined by three great co-owners at 100% ESOP Andesa Services, Sarah Engelbrecht, Project Manager; Becky Olds, Business Analyst; and Greg Lansberry, Systems Development Manager

Each guest shares personal insights on what ownership means to them; how they describe ownership when talking to family, friends, and strangers; the three words they use to describe ownership; their EO A-ha moments; and why anyone seeking work should consider a career at Andesa Services.

The main body of this episode originally aired on the Owner to Owner podcast on January 4, 2023, as "O2O Ep. 33 Andesa's Employee Owners."


Episode 229 Show Notes

About Andesa Policy Lifecycle Solutions:

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Andesa is a leading 100% employee-owned provider of policy lifecycle solutions for the life insurance and annuities industry that offers modern cloud-based systems for transaction management and recordkeeping. With flexible end-to-end lifecycle management solutions, a commitment to data security, and decades of market and product expertise, we help carriers, brokers, key stakeholders, and participants pursue strategic sales opportunities and successfully navigate market change. For more information on Andesa, please visit or follow them on Twitter @AndesaServices.

Bret Keisling, Passionate Advocat for Employee Ownership

We'd love to hear from you! To contact us, find us on Facebook at EO Podcast Network and on Twitter @ESOPPodcast. To reach Bret, with one "T", email, on LinkedIn at Bret Keisling, and most actively on Twitter at @EO_Bret. This podcast has been produced by Bret Keisling for the EO Podcast Network, original music composed by Max Keisling, branding and marketing by BitsyPlus Design.

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