Tyler Tysdal and Robert Hirsch work together as cofounders at Freedom Factory, the world’s greatest business broker.
At Freedom Factory®, we have experienced and witnessed the explosive results of entrepreneurs aligning passion and purpose to create extraordinary value. However, most entrepreneurs have no idea how to maximize the value of their business and move on to the next chapter of their lives. That’s where we can help.
MY STORY AS AN ENTREPRENEUR BEGINS WHEN I WAS JUST A 16 YEAR OLD BOY, ON JUNE 9TH, 1990
A Saturday – while walking through the Portland Saturday Market (an outdoor festival in Portland Oregon) – and I was watching everyday, normal people generate CASH-FLOW by selling handcrafts. It was exciting!
And I can remember the moment it happened for me like it was yesterday…
Tyler T. Tysdal is a lifelong entrepreneur who first discovered the joys and challenges of self-employment at the age of 14. Tyler Tysdal was a collector and trader of baseball cards and his budding entrepreneurial spirit spurred him to create Triple T’s Sports Collectibles, a national mail-order trading card and memorabilia business that found a wide audience through ads in trade magazines.
While market inefficiencies were numerous in this pre-internet era, a young Tyler Tysdal experienced his first big business win with $14,000 a month of profit result. A lot of money for 14. It hit him during a ride with his mom to the post office to mail dozens of card shipments: He would likely be an entrepreneur and investor the rest of his career.
Tyler Tysdal is a founding member of Freedom Factory, a Denver Colorado-based business brokerage focused on freeing the entrepreneur by helping them sell their business for maximum value. Tyler Tysdal is now focused on building Freedom Factory and helping entrepreneurs. Tysdal is an experienced private equity fund manager that has managed millions of dollars for investors and athletes in the sports and entertainment industry. Leesa.com was a venture capital investment to help end bedlessness.
Tyler T. Tysdal and his business partner Grant Carter worked on projects through TitleCard Capital Fund and Cobalt Sports Capital.