Jon Hyman is a highly experienced leader and senior level executive with more than 25 years of business experience across broad spectrum of industries. He possesses a wealth of expertise in areas such as mergers and acquisitions (M&A), business start-ups and development, new product commercialization, product design, manufacturing, and business strategy for long-term sustainable success.
Jon currently serves as Executive Managing Director at Generational Group, a leading mergers and acquisition advisor for privately held business, responsible for developing strategies to build new revenue streams adjacent to Generational Groups traditional business model.
Prior to joining Jon served as the President of Greenfield Americas a Division of Tencate USA. Over of the course of his business career, Jon has co-founded multiple technology driven product companies that he successfully scaled and sold to Financial investors.
Jon early successes were chronicled in a 2007, Wall Street Journal article entitled, “Hardened in Battle, This Company Sets Its Goal in Cement” and in a Smart CEO article, “Stir It Up.” Jon has appeared on both CNBC, Squawk Box and MSNBC, Morning Joe programs as a clean tech industry expert discussing technology advancements in construction materials.
Jon Hyman began his career in the United States Army as a Commissioned Officer, serving for more than 20 years on active duty and reserve duty status. His last active duty assignment was in the Pentagon working on the Joint Staff under the direction of General Colin Powell. Jon is combat veteran earning the Bronze Star Medal for service in Desert Storm.
Jon graduated from the United States Military Academy with a Bachelor of Science degree and earned his Masters of Business Administration from Columbia Southern University.
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