The Global Entrepreneur Glen Wakeman – how to be Successful from Scratch
Glen Wakeman is a successful top-level business executive, entrepreneur, writer and mentor. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Finance from the University of Scranton in 1981 and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Chicago in 1993 following which he began a career as an executive at GE Capital that spanned over 20 years (http://inspirery.com/glen-wakeman/). He worked for 15 of those years in Asia, Europe and Latin America, successfully rising through the ranks to become the Chief Executive Officer of GE Money in Latin America.
Glen Wakeman used to work for the multi-billionaire holding firm for more than eight years before launching Nova Four, a business accelerator, in 2015. Wakeman later co-founded LaunchPad Holdings LLC, a Software as a Service (SaaS) company that hosts third-party applications and makes them available to customers over the Internet. He currently serves as LaunchPad’s CEO.
Over the years, Glen Wakeman has successfully managed over 17,000 employees and $15 billion in assets (Ideamensch). Glen Wakeman has worked in 6 different countries and managed company interests in over 30 regions worldwide, making him a truly global finance manager.
Apart from working to become a powerful entity in the financial world, Glen Wakeman has also dispensed economic advice from his wealth of experience to growing startups such as Sitter Bees and Dreamfunded. He frequently blogs about global financial issues, emerging markets, raising capital and making sound investments as well. Glen Wakeman is an economic powerhouse and financial guru who has proved his mettle over the course of 3 decades, either through reviving decaying firms or taking his own ventures to the top of the market.
As of right now, Glen Wakeman continues to study and gather more experience in his field of knowledge, improving himself and gathering more information. Being such a successful entrepreneur who started from the ground, learning more every day is a fundamental component of what made him triumph in the first place.