Glen Wakeman is the CEO of Launchpad Holdings, LLC, a company that he launched in 2015. Launchpad Holdings is an online resource which provides online business planning services to new entrepreneurs, as well as advice and business tips. He is passionate about providing knowledge to startups to help them become successful and this is where his inspiration for Launchpad Holdings, LLC. came from. Wakeman is a well-traveled businessman with knowledge in many global business markets (Dailyforexreport). He has lived in six different countries and operated in over thirty global markets, giving him enough experience to help entrepreneurs in almost any area of the world. Glen uses his extensive knowledge to mentor many entrepreneurs and C-level executives. In addition to founding Launchpad, LLC. in 2015, Glen Wakeman also founded Nova Four. The focus of this company is to help startups gain the funding that they need and to provide mentoring services for these startups.
Glen Wakeman graduated from The University of Scranton with a B.S. in Economics in 1981 and from The University of Chicago with an M.B.A. in 1993. He worked with GE for 20 years, which took him all over the world and helped him to gain so much global insight into business. His last position with GE was as CEO of GE Money Latin America, and during this time he was responsible for creating and expanding an operation to nine countries and employing over 17,000 people. The operation earned more than $2 billion in revenue with Wakeman as the CEO.
Glen Wakeman is also an avid writer, often blogging advice and ideas to help startup companies and new entrepreneurs. His blogs include anything from tips that CEOs can use to better their business to the power of showing appreciation to loyal customers and dedicated employees. Many entrepreneurs have called him a “secret weapon” when it comes to their success. Glen Wakeman’s passion for helping entrepreneurs is making a huge impact in the business world and with his continued exposure and ingenuity through his companies and his blog, entrepreneurs will have a better change than ever at successful business operations.