Glen Wakeman is famously titled as an internationally operative businessman, investor, writer, executive, mentor and entrepreneur. He is well-known for his unrelenting entrepreneurial spirit as a business revolutionary and his mentorship. Perhaps however he is best known for his tested and proven 5 key performance methodology: human capital, leadership, power, risk management and execution, which has propelled him to success.
He has been a source of business revolution, having more than 17,000 members of staff in his employ and over $15 billion in assets. All this has been earned through guidance of start-ups, new market entry, development of M&As, creation of new performance methodologies, divestitures and a lot more. Read more on affiliatedork.com.
Wakeman graduated from the University of Scranton with a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Finance and later an MBA in finance, having gone through studies at the University of Chicago. He is the Chief Executive Officer of LaunchPad Holdings LLC, an SAAS corporation which he cofounded in 2015. Prior to that, he had a successful career at GE Capital, where he received praise from GE’s board as a role model for growth leadership. He also founded Nova Four, where his roles spanned the company’s CEO, business development, P&L, president and administrative positions in the Board of Directors.
His success in business as an investor and a mentor has encouraged Glen Wakeman to be a source of inspiration to others in numerous fields, including fiscal economics and administrative strategies among others. He is a keen market strategist and a veteran in emerging markets, divestitures, and corporate management, all of which enable him to give expert counsel to executive level groups such as Dreamfunded.
Glen Wakeman developed the idea of LaunchPad by seeking to matching ideas with money, i.e. developing structure around the specific ideas of start-ups. He made plan building an easier and more efficient process by building a simple software platform, which in turn aided in putting flesh to ideas. When Glen is not reviewing numbers in service performance, sales and cash totals, he is dividing up duties, researching, or getting coffee. He holds trust, division of duties and avoidance of backtracking as the keys to success. Read more about Glen Wakeman at Premier Gazette.