Meet Glen Wakeman, a mentor, and entrepreneur you want to emulate

Glen Wakeman is a cherished mentor and entrepreneur who in 2015, co-founded one of the best software companies in the history, LaunchPad Holdings LLC. Glen is a learned business executive; he has a degree in Bachelor of Science in Economics and Finance from one of the most respected institutions, the University of Scranton. His also never stopped after a degree, in 1993; Glen earned an MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago (https://angel.co/glen-wakeman).

 

After successfully completing his studies, Glen Wakeman joined the business world and started his career at GE Capital where he held various respectable business positions for over 20 years before later joining Doral Financial Corporations.

 

While there, Glen exercised hard work and professionalism, and with no time, he was rising the corporate ladders. He was named as the company’s President and CEO, and as if that wasn’t enough, he earned the chairmanship position at Board of Doral Bank.

 

Glen Wakeman is known by many as a passionate mentor because he like seeing businesses grow and expand. He has his proven ways of getting things on the right track for companies. He takes proven methods and combines them with new ideas to come up with razor-sharp business strategies.

 

Due to this fact,
Glen has contributed to the emergence of many successful companies which include Nova Four, where he is the founder as well as the president (Twitter).

 
Glen Wakeman has a legendary track record in the business world, and many would love to get even a piece of his advice. He, therefore, authors some business blogs where he shares his knowledge as well as tips when it comes to financial matters (he is an investor).

 

Through his words, Glen Wakeman has mentored some C-level executives and various other startups including Sitter Bee and Dream funded.

 

Glen has a distinct way of actualizing new ideas. To aid him in critical analysis of an idea, he shares it with his team. This forces him to think and put the concept in an accessible format to grasp. On an interview with Interwiew.net, Glen defended his technique as the only way to get his team motivated to want to accelerate an idea.

 

Glen Wakeman believes that entrance of machine language into business will help speed up the way businesses solve social problems.