Glen Wakeman has held many important positions in his lifetime. He has worked important positions at big companies, dove in the sea of entrepreneurship, and has mentored others to follow their dreams of starting their own businesses. He works tirelessly to improve other’s lives. Here is how he got his start in life.
Glen Wakeman attended the University of Scranton and received his Bachelor of Science in Economics and Finance in 1981. From there he continued his education and received a Master of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Chicago. After he got his MBA 1993 he started a successful career at GE Capital. Glen Wakeman worked there for over 21 years in business development, general management, living and working in the United States and internationally, and operations management. He even becomes the CEO of GE Money Latin America. From the complete start, he built a 9 country operation. He created multiple new products, signed dozens of new partnerships, and built a network of over a 1000 offices (http://blogwebpedia.com/glen-wakeman-dubbed-secret-weapon-top-entrepreneurs.html/). He exceeded 12 billion in profits, and much more. Glen Wakeman was the founder and CEO of Nova Four, a business accelerator to help companies build their businesses.
Glen Wakeman latest role is of Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder of LaunchPad Holdings, LLC. It was launched in 2015 and is a SAAS corporation that includes a fully automated software services for budding entrepreneurs. This software puts their ideas into a workable plan that can accelerate their growth tremendously.
This thriving businessman also uses a proven methodology to help businesses flourish. These 5 key dimension of performance are risk management, governance, execution, leadership, and human capital. With this in mind, Glen Wakeman helps businesses become better and more successful (Angel.co). He is also an investor and writer. He regularly blogs about such topics as emerging markets, strategy, fiscal matters, management and administration, and much more. As a philanthropist, he currently counsels organizations like Sitter Bees and Dreamfunded