Who is Glen Wakeman?
Glen Wakeman is a global entrepreneur who mentors new entrepreneurs in business and finance. His success has been attributed to the skills gained through his education as well incredible character traits of endurance, focus, and passion for business. He is also a renown investor and writer who desires to share knowledge related to entrepreneurship. Glen is an alumnus of the University of Scranton where he pursued a Bachelor of Science economics and finance in 1981 and later in 1993 enrolled in an MBA Program from the University of Chicago.
Glen Wakeman’s global perspective has seen him work in about thirty-two countries worldwide and lived in six of them as he worked there. This travels and staying in other countries has occurred during his over twenty years in the corporate world.
Upon his graduation, his career journey started by working in developmental positions as well as P&L worked at GE Corporation. His credibility, dedication, and commitment in his work saw him rise to higher positions. While working in organizations, his main activities have been merger and acquisitions, downsizing, new market entry, start-ups and exponential growth. Throughout his vocation, he has had an opportunity to work with high valued asset companies as high as $15 billion and even over seventeen thousand employees and ensured tremendous growth even then (Angel.co).
The Impact of LaunchPad Holdings in Business Start-ups
Glen Wakeman is the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of the Launchpad Holdings which was established in 2015. The company offers online support to new businesses through offering services related to business strategies and planning.
Also, Glen Wakeman is an active blogger who writes posts related to business transformation, emerging markets, global business affairs as well as good leadership skills (https://ideamensch.com/glen-wakeman/). Through this platform, Glen provides his clients with professional advice related to strategy, capital raising and various forms of financing. His mentorship program mostly targets C level managers.