Glen Wakeman is the CEO of LaunchPad Holdings LLC which he is also a co-founder (Instagram). The renowned businessman is also a mentor to many especially new investors whom he shares with his experience and vast knowledge in business management which he has acquired for over two decades. He joined the University of Chicago where he received his MBA and later on went to the University of Scranton where he obtained BS in economics and finance.
Launchpad Holding is a tool that gives guidance to investors seeking to form new organizations. The toolkit also provides information on where to find capital providers and business advisory. Glen uses Launchpad to share ideas and give solutions which he believes will reduce the rate at which startups are failing. The platform enables him to share business insights, new markets as well as international business matters.
Glen believes in change, and he is known for repositioning businesses to achieve maximum growth and returns. He uses five proven strategies to bring change and improvement in any organization. Some of these techniques include risk management, human capital, leadership, governance and plan execution.
The successful mentor recently dropped a video in which he coaches new investors on ingredients to be successful. Daily investors learn essential business practices from the career of Glen. In the lessons, he gave out a software service which is meant to assist the new investors on how to implement their ideas into action. He supports individuals to realize their goals and unlock their potential.
Glen has passion for helping others. He believes that in the business world connections has a significant impact in obtaining financial support from capital providers. Glen serves the common desire of investors which is to find a mentor who will help them realize their dreams and achieve their goals in entrepreneurship.
Glen Wakeman has served and founded various organizations including Nova Four where he served as the president. He also served at GE Capital. During his tenure in GE Capital, he helped the company grow and thrive by producing asset of over $12 billion and the company operated in nine countries.