As a business leader, Mayhill understands the unique burden you are facing. We believe you deserve a partner who has built, acquired, operated, and sold businesses of their own and set up those organizations for success. Mayhill relies on business best practices including the core tenants of Traction to ensure client success.
At Mayhill, we focus on more than just the financial half of your business so you can feel confident about your long-term business partners, family members, customers and employee relationships.
Highlights of helping businesses 30 years and counting:
- Grew revenues and profits of a Twin Cities-based manufacturing company by 50.6% and 207.1% respectively.
- Lead an owner-to-employee transition of a regional professional services firm. Over the first 12 months of our ownership, increased revenue by 8.4% and profit margins by 53.4%.
- Marketed, and sold, 26 companies with revenues between $2 million and $50 million to employees, financial or strategic buyers.
- Self-implemented the core pillars of Traction at three different organizations leading them to set goals, roles, responsibilities, and accountability while cementing a culture of teambuilding.
- Negotiated and closed the purchase of over $300 million of illiquid real estate assets through 39 transactions ranging in size from $500,000 to $102 million.
- Worked hand-in-glove with Wall Street brokerage firms to orderly liquidate $1.5 billion of illiquid securities, saving an estimated $75 million of individual investor funds.
- Partnered with one other professional to lead the marketing effort that raised $950 million of capital through 4 initial public offerings of securities.
Whether you're looking to set the next generation up for success, maximize your current profitability, or accelerate your businesses growth, you are in good hands with Kevin and his team.
On a Personal Note:
I am a 3-time cancer survivor over the last 15 years and twice been told that I had a better chance of death than survival. That experience drives me to: “Do the right thing. Always."
My Dad died of lung cancer at 64 from fumes inhaled at his own company. I understand the commitment owners make to the success of their business.
My first job paid $3/hour sweeping floors at our family-owned manufacturing firm — age 10.
My first financial transaction resulted in a loss. I purchased 4 shares of GM stock at $64 a share, and sold them 3 years later for $62. I was 11 years old and I had a lot to learn.
We've got 5 kids between the ages of 20-26. Seeing them become productive adults will always be my #1 success in life.
I say with the utmost humility that I lead a sensational life. Which is why I am deeply committed to helping others who want to make a difference.