BORDER LINES: WIESBADEN - Fink and Fuchs joint stock move

Top 20 German agency Fink and Fuchs is changing its legal status to become a joint stock company with a view to creating partners in the firm and allowing staff to own shares in it. The 38-strong technology agency saw its income grow by 43 per cent this year. Stephan Fink, who co-founded and co-owns the company with Martin Fuchs, said the new structure was designed to recruit, retain and motivate its growing workforce. ’One of the major targets is to get employees to become shareholders,’ said Fink.

Top 20 German agency Fink and Fuchs is changing its legal status to

become a joint stock company with a view to creating partners in the

firm and allowing staff to own shares in it. The 38-strong technology

agency saw its income grow by 43 per cent this year. Stephan Fink, who

co-founded and co-owns the company with Martin Fuchs, said the new

structure was designed to recruit, retain and motivate its growing

workforce. ’One of the major targets is to get employees to become

shareholders,’ said Fink.



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