As a third generation real estate developer, Bayard Boyle knows something about entrepreneurship – he’s learned from the best. Mr. Boyle’s business success is based largely on his determination to pick the best people.
Mr. Boyle currently serves as Co-Chairman of Boyle Investment Company, an organization started by his father. Alongside his son, Paul, President, and Henry Morgan, Co-Chairman, Mr. Boyle has led the company to become a leader in the real estate arena, developing prime properties in Tennessee, Florida, Mississippi, Missouri, Texas, and Arkansas.
Mr. Boyle’s has served on the boards of Rhodes College, St George’s School, Pathfinder International and is a board member and former chairman of Intercollegiate Studies Institute in Wilmington, DE. He and his wife are members of Woodland Presbyterian Church.
Family-owned real estate development company; activities include development of commercial, industrial, office and residential properties
“‘Entrepreneurship has had so much written about it that almost everything said about it that is accurate sounds trite. It involves a lot of determination to overcome obstacles and a lot of imagination about how to do it. The most successful usually come up with a new idea that is marketable or figure out a better way of doing something that everybody else has overlooked. The best are good at figuring how to get people to work together and who is best at doing what. They are good at motivating teams, creating excitement about achieving a goal, and at selling their ideas within and outside the company.”
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