Glen Wakeman is a revered entrepreneur who has accomplished a lot in finance and business in the past two decades. In 2005, he co-founded a SAAS firm that is called LaunchPad Holdings LLC and currently serves it as the CEO. Wakeman attended the University of Scranton where he was awarded a BS degree in economics and finance in 1981 and later enrolled at the University of Chicago for his MBA in finance. Glen Wakeman started his career by serving GE Capital. The entrepreneur was appreciated by GE’s board of directors as a growth leadership role model. He is the founder of Nova Four and took part in its management.
Wakeman’s lengthy career in business and finance has inspired many people. He has successfully transformed firms that have more than 17,000 employees and assets worth over $15 billion to grow in local and international corporate world. Glen has also specialized in offering advisory services to M&As, start-ups, divestitures, new market entry, and exponential growth. He has excellent strategies that enable him to perform well in governance, execution, risk management, leadership, and human capital.
As an author and investor, Glen Wakeman has had an opportunity to share his visions by making regular blog posts about the state of emerging markets, global financial issues, administration, and management, as well as strategy. He is a revered mentor who guides many C-level executives and acts as an advisor at Sitter Bees and Dreamfunded.
Glen has written several blogs about global affairs, leaderships, business transformation, and emerging markets. His articles guide readers on angel financing, strategy, and capital raising. The entrepreneur’s advice has assisted startup companies such as Dreamfunded and Sitter Bees to be successful. He likes being involved in issues that deal with executive development, innovation, and growth. Wakeman has been a resident of six different countries and has also been made in charge of operations in 30 regions across the globe. His career as an executive has enabled him to gain international recognition.