Tyler Tysdal and Business Partner Robert Hirsch Discuss Partnership Issues in New Video
Business partners Tyler Tysdal and Robert Hirsch have discussed in a short video, partnership issues and the importance of each business partner agreeing on their overall goals. For instance, when selling the business, the business partners may not agree because they have different overall goals. Fortunately, it is possible to convert such business partnership issues into opportunities, and Tyler has a lot of experience in doing that. Therefore, business owners may want to consult with Tyler when they are faced with such issues. Tyler and Robert are the co-founders of Freedom Factory, which is a Denver, CO-based business brokerage that has the goal of offering freedom to entrepreneurs by helping them in selling their business for the highest possible price.
Tyler Tysdal has almost 20 years of experience in handling assets, having managed or co-managed non-discretionary private equity amounting to about $1.7 billion for ultra-wealthy families in markets such as health care, gas, real estate, oil, specialized financing, technology, sports and entertainment, water, and services companies. His group has provided advice to clients to invest in almost 100 entrepreneurial companies, personal lending offers, real estate, and funds.
Meanwhile, Tyler Tysdal also has a blog site where people can check out the latest Tyler Tysdal news. He is currently a managing partner at Freedom Factory. In one of the latest blog posts on his blog site, the article explains how Tyler enjoys freedom through entrepreneurship. He had partnered with Robert Hirsch to establish Freedom Factory, which is a business brokerage whose goal is to help others attain freedom.
Tyler Tysdal believes that many people have the idea that freedom is the state where they are not attached to any object. However, as people age, they begin to realize that real freedom comes from having a purpose in life and helping others. Furthermore, Tyler finds freedom when spending time with his family. He was only 13 years old when he launched his first business as an entrepreneur. He obtained an MBA degree at Harvard Business School and this provided him the foundation that he needed to be able to work with investors and portfolio managers in private equity funds.
He was a manager of a growth equity fund that has been linked to various celebrities in the sports and entertainment industries. This was before he partnered with Robert Hirsch in founding Freedom Factory. And with his business experience and entrepreneurial skills steadily growing, he is able to contribute much more to the world through the company as a business brokerage consultant.
Meanwhile, with each Freedom Factory partner having at least 20 years of experience in buying, scaling, and selling businesses, they are able to help the business owners maximize their company’s value while guiding them to their desired results. The team of experts at Freedom Factory will guide their clients step-by-step through the company’s proprietary and highly efficient 147-day process. The steps to be taken in the process include: submitting for a valuation; signing the agency agreement; gathering information; creating marketing materials; securing pre-approved bank financing; signing the letter of intent; buyer due diligence; contract development; escrow & closing; and post-sale transition.
Freedom Factory has a proprietary database of more than 100,000 entrepreneurs, family offices, and private equity firms who are ready to buy a business. This implies that they are able to optimize deal tension by generating multiple offers for the business.
Robert Hirsch says, “This is for those who want even more freedom in their life. As entrepreneurs, many of us start our business because we want more freedom in our lives, but our definition of freedom changes as our business grows. At first, we just want to break the “time for money” continuum and by working on the machine instead of working in the machine. Then we get the opportunity to pursue freedom of relationship. If we worked for someone else in the past, sometimes we had to work with people we didn’t like. At our business, we get to choose our relationships both internally and externally. This is how we find our tribe that shares our vision and helps us to grow and succeed.”
Those who would like to know more about Tyler Tysdal and Freedom Factory can check out his website, or contact him through the phone or through email. Those interested can also follow Tysdal on Instagram.
For more information about Tyler Tysdal, contact the company here:
5500 Greenwood Plaza Blvd., Ste 230
Greenwood Village, CO 80111