Businessman Glen Wakeman helps budding entrepreneurs succeed
Glen Wakeman is a man with a passion for helping people, entrepreneurs to be exact. He uses his 20 plus years in the field to share his knowledge with entrepreneurs just starting out. He gives them the tools to fast track their path to success with tools of the trade. This successful businessman uses a proven methodology to help his clients succeed. The 5 key dimensions of performance are assessed and improved. They are Leadership, Risk Assessment, Human Capital, Governance, and Execution. With these five factors, Glen can really look at a company’s strengths and weaknesses and work on them.
This is how this dynamic entrepreneur got started and the success he gained in his professional life. Glen Wakeman got his start at the University of Scranton and received his Bachelor of Science in Economics and Finance in 1981. Later he gets his MBA at the University of Chicago in 1993. With a solid foundation and strong education, Glen was ready to face the world head on. He held many high ranking positions at big companies including GE Capital. Glen worked with this company in business management and P&L roles for over 21 years. Later in his career at GE Capital, he was the Chief Executive Officer for the GE Money Latin America. From the ground up he built 9 country operations exceeding 17,000 employees, $100 million in annual earnings, and $12 billion in assets. He even built over 1000 network of branches. Not a small feat and must have taken a lot of hard work. He founded Nova Four, a system to help business accelerate their growth tremendously (https://www.crunchbase.com/person/glen-wakeman). Glen Wakeman is currently the founder and Chief Executive Officer of LaunchPad Holdings LLC. This company is a fully automated software that helps entrepreneurs get started on their business with a workable plan. It makes it easy for those who are needing direction getting their ideas into a path to success. It was founded in 2015 and has been widely successful with budding entrepreneurs.