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Janet Tyler Joins TobinLeff as a Partner

Janet Tyler joins TobinLeff as Partner

TobinLeff, a leading M&A advisory firm, is pleased to announce that Janet Tyler has joined the firm as a partner.

Tyler brings nearly three decades of experience in building award-winning businesses. She co-founded Airfoil Group, a marketing communications agency primarily serving the technology sector. She led the company from startup to the Inc. 5000 list and worked with renowned clients like Microsoft, PayPal, LinkedIn, eBay, Starbucks, and Deloitte.

Tyler then served as COO for Red Level, a technology consulting firm in Detroit, where she oversaw the company’s marketing, sales, and other strategic initiatives, helping the firm grow more than fifty percent during her four-year tenure.

Most recently, Tyler has drawn upon her business expertise and executive coaching certification to accelerate business growth for clients nationwide across industries including technology, marketing/communications, and professional services.

Tyler said: “I am thrilled to join TobinLeff because of their dedication to helping owners and entrepreneurs maximize their return on the hard work, energy, and effort they've put into their companies. As a prior agency owner, I look forward to applying the years of experience I gained building, maintaining, and successfully exiting my firm with TobinLeff's clients. TobinLeff has a stellar reputation in the industry, and I'm honored to be a part of their team."

David Tobin, Founder and Managing Partner of TobinLeff, said “I'm thankful to welcome Janet as our new partner. We have known each other for years and I have witnessed her passion and expertise in helping business owners improve the performance of their companies. Her business experience, creativity, intellect, and drive will contribute to our mission to help clients maximize and monetize their life’s work.”

You can connect with David and Janet on LinkedIn, or contact a partner today to learn more about how to build your business value.