Kyle Griffith is a Certified Business Intermediary with Strategic Merger and Acquisition Advisors & New York Business Brokerage, Inc. Together with his team of merger and acquisition specialists he assists his clients with buying, selling & valuations of small to medium sized companies including franchises.
He is an enthusiastic, caring and driven business professional with over 10 years of diverse experience in various business operations. His background includes providing educational & training programs to entrepreneurs and small businesses, operation of several retail businesses both on and offline, as well as managing operations for a family owned printing and shipping company.
Kyle has a solid background in sales and marketing. He is also highly skilled at implementing successful marketing strategies for business owners seeking to effectively buy or sell a business in today’s market. Kyle provides top class negotiation and representation for his clients and executes proven techniques to maximize a company’s selling price and facilitate a faster sale. He finds fulfillment in being of service and doing so in manner of integrity, trust and confidence.
Kyle has been awarded the Certified Business Intermediary (CBI) designation by the International Business Brokers Association (IBBA).This designation is held by fewer than 500 individuals worldwide and less than 10 in New York. The CBI designation is granted to IBBA members who have met rigorous requirements in education, industry knowledge and experience, ethical standards and continuing education.
He is an active member of the New York Association of Business Brokers, International Business Brokers Association, Melville Chamber of Commerce and Queens Chamber of Commerce. He also holds a New York State real estate license and Notary Public license.
Kyle is married to his beautiful wife Ayana, together they have two gorgeous daughters named Kylamarie & Raelle Joy. He loves playing and watching various sporting activities, he is an avid reader and he supports “The Entrepreneurship Movement”.