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The Exciting Career of Glen Wakeman

Glen Wakeman is the CEO of LaunchPad Holdings LLS, a company that he co-founded in 2015. He is of particular interest to anyone that has needs to grow their business and be successful. Glen Wakeman graduated from the University of Chicago in 1993, and graduated from the University of Scranton in 1981. He has a wide ranging career in different aspects of business for over 20 years. For 20 years he worked with GE capital. He has successfully helped other entrepreneurs, lived in six countries, and worked in 32 countries.

Glen Wakeman is extremely talented at making business and companies better by using 5 performance strategies: governance, risk management, human capital, leadership, and execution. His software service helps entrepreneurs who are starting a business to take their ideas and put them into a plan that will grow their business.

His expertise is shared on blog posts that he writes about topics such as international fiscal matters, management, administration, leadership and global affairs to name a few. His specialty in making businesses more successful has helped corporations with more that 17,000 employees and 5 billion in assets to improve tremendously. His blog posts also talk about subjects like social media, public speaking, and being a better manager.

Learn more about Glen Wakeman at premiergazette.com.

In Latin America, Glen Wakeman was the CEO of GE Money, and he was able to take this business to a 9 country operation,exceed 12 billion in assets and have a yearly earning of 100 million. He was able to invent new products, and helped other businesses in Europe reach substantial growth. GE’s board of directors recognized him as a Growth Leadership Role Model.

Glen is also Six Sigma Black Belt Certified, and continues to help businesses and entrepreneurs do their best to earn more and create products that consumers will buy.

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