Glen Wakeman is currently the LaunchPad Holdings CEO after pursuing a career in finance and business. He co-founded the SAAS Company in 2015. Glen is a graduate of University of Scranton and graduated in BS in Economics & Finance in 1981. In 1993, he also pursued an MBA in Finance from Chicago University. Later, he commenced a flourishing profession in Business Development Positions and P&L at GE Capital.
Glen has revolutionized various businesses that incorporate over 17,000 staff members and $15 billion in assets during his length profession facilitating to their success and development. His work has involved the startups’ guidance, new market, M&As, startups, divestitures, and exponential growth among others. Glen Wakeman, likewise, utilizes his proven mechanism utilizing five major performance fields: governance, execution, risk management, leadership, human capital, and governance.
Being in the field of investment and writing, Glen has been able to share his experience through custom blog posts regarding emerging markets, global fiscal matters, administration & management, and strategy and more. Being the mentor, he has helped numerous C-level managers and presently counsels Sitter Bees and Dream funded.
Glen frequently blogs regarding business transformation, world affairs and leadership and gives advice on angel financing, strategy, and raising of capital. Glen mentors various C-level officials in addition to being a mentor to various startups. Usually, he is enthusiastic about innovation, growth and executive development. After living in six different nations and having been accountable for a wide variety of operations in 30 different regions globally, Glen has acquired key global recognition in the entire executive profession.
Glen Wakeman Company, LaunchPad Holdings runs a wholly automated program service that ensures early stage entrepreneurs plan their ideas into achievable plans. The company’s user base is national and enjoys a growing growth curve. Glen is passionate in establishing businesses by enhancing individual and company agility and through utilizing a proven mechanism that improves and assesses five major dimensions of performance, which are leadership, human capital, execution, risk management and governance.