Glen Wakeman has been in the business and finance career path for more than twenty years. He got his bachelor’s degree in Economics and Finance in 1981 from the University of Scranton. He later joined the University of Chicago where he specialized in Finance and acquired a Master’s degree in Business Administration in 1993.

Glen Wakeman got his first job at GE Capital where he held positions in Profit and Loss (p&l) and business development. In all his working environment, he was an outstanding mentor in leadership to all his colleagues.

Glen Wakeman’s success in the business sector has been attributed to his five key performance factors which are Execution, Governance, Human capital, Leadership and Risk management. He is currently a Chief Executive Officer at Launchpad Holdings a Software As A Service (SAAS) Company which was founded in 2015. The company deals with software development with the aim of making it easy for individuals and companies to develop plans for their ideas.

Glen Wakeman’s experience in the business world has enabled him to improve many businesses developing them with more than 17 000 workforces and enabling them to acquire more than $ 15 billion worth assets.

Apart from being an investor and entrepreneur, Glen Wakeman is also a researcher and a blogger in business. His blogs revolve around new business developments, new business markets, business leadership skills and global affairs affecting businesses.

Being a selfless and experienced entrepreneur and stakeholder, Glen Wakeman has provided aid to several C-level executives. He has also provided guidance to several Mergers and Acquisitions (M$A), start-ups (such the Seater Bees and the Dream funded) and entry to new markets among others.

In his career, Glen Wakeman has lived in six different states in Europe, Asia and South America in which he conducted business in 30 regions ( This has made him take part actively in various global business transformation platforms. He also provides strategic plans in raising capital, global finances and new investments.


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