After years of experience and success in business and finance, in 2015, Glen Wakeman became CEO and co-founder of Launchpad Holdings, LLC., located in Miami and Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. areas. Wakeman and his associate, Jorge R. (Rick) Cano, both who have the expertise in building companies across the globe, are known to have a success rate of identifying business risks. As Launchpad Holdings, LLC website states, they have succeeded in raising millions of dollars in equity and have a good reputation as leaders in many organizations.
With over two decades of success in the global financial industry, Glen Wakeman has lived in different countries controlling operations and mentoring individuals in institutions throughout the world as a business executive. He has also worked for GM Money for 20 years throughout Asia, Europe and South America managing positions not only in operations but technology and business development as well.
In addition to being a CEO at Launchpad Holdings, LLC, a software as a service (SAAS) company offering online business planning, Glen Wakeman is also co-founder, CEO and an advisory at Nova Four, LLC, in the Miami and Ft. Lauderdale areas. Glen Wakeman has a track-record of being successful in mentoring innovative entrepreneurs, providing them with business planning services.
Visit his website at glenwakeman.com.
With a passion to succeed in the financial industry as an investor and mentor, Glen Wakeman’s success began after his academic studies graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Finance from the University of Scranton in 1981. He then graduated with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Finance at the University of Chicago in 1993. As a result of hard studying and determination as an entrepreneur, Wakeman became successful managing and creating profit and loss (P&L) statements, and providing business development services (https://angel.co/glen-wakeman). During Glen Wakeman’s career, he has been recognized as a growth leadership role model by the board of directors at GE Money and has fundamentally changed businesses with assets of at least 15 billion dollars.