José Goldner

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José Goldner (born 1971) is a Panamanian businessman with ties to the United States and Australia.

Goldner is recognized for his work in the U.S. internet investment community in the 1990s and early 2000s. Since then, he's aimed the majority of his efforts at the development of the Central American Republic of Panama—specifically, its Azuero Peninsula region, on the isthmus's southwestern coast. His recent work with Panama’s Ministry of Tourism has resulted in newly subsidized flights to Pedasi, a fishing village on the Pacific shores of Azuero.

Through U.S. funding, Goldner has built and acquired businesses ranging from technology and fishing to tourism companies and bull breeding farms, and is a partner in Panama’s largest online business directory, Panama Business and Travel S.A..

In January 2010, Goldner was made a Managing Partner of Briggs Capital, a Boston-based investment bank focused on domestic and international Mergers & Acquisitions and real estate.

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