Driven by a passion to achieve the best, Glen Wakeman graduated with a degree in Economics & Finance from Scranton University in 1981. Glen would later go on to get his Master’s degree in Finance from the University of Chicago in 1993. Kicking off his long career at GE Capital, Glen set himself up for success in company positions dealing in business development encompassing human capital, risk management, governance, leadership, and execution. While working for GE Capital, the company’s Board of Directors recognized him for his impressive Growth Leadership effort. In 2015, Glen co-founded LaunchPad Holdings LLC. He is now the Chief Executive Oficcer of this new SAAS Company.
Glen Wakeman is a shrewd entrepreneur and business mentor, Glen Wakeman’s long career has fueled growth in all the institutions he has worked with, having worked with over 17,000 members of staff and amassing more than $15 billion in company assets. He has focused his energies on supporting start-ups and guiding them on their journey to growth. In fact, besides being a smart investor, Glen is also a writer and works on his blog to share insights about business management, administration, fiscal issues, emerging markets as well as the best business growth strategies. He has mentored many C-level executives and is currently the leading counsel for Sitter Bees and Dreamfunded.
During his long career, Glen Wakeman has headed administrative operations in and lived in over 30 different countries across the world. With this, he has gained impressive experience as well as recognition in the global business circles. Glen Wakeman is motivated by the need for growth, nurturing new ideas and the overall growth of the administrative purpose. His insightful blogs cover this as he touches on global affairs, business leadership and transformation, new global markets, and strategies for raising investment capital. He has even developed a methodology for assessing and improving business performance. Glen likes matching money with new business ideas, and he’s good at it.