How Glen Wakeman Has Revolutionized Innovation and Mentorship

Glen R. Wakeman is an American investor, a board member, CEO, and financial services executive who has created a name for himself as a successful mentor. With more than two decades in the business management platform, coupled up by P&L and business development roles, Glen Wakeman has ensured that each business that works under his stewardship has gone ahead to make an impact not only to the owners but also to the public in general.

As a business building individual, Glen has been able to manage different businesses by relying on five different pillars namely Leadership, Human Capital, Risk Management, Governance, and Execution.

Though Glen Wakeman has made a name for himself for various businesses, the one invention that stands out from the rest is the LaunchPad Toolkit Holdings. LaunchPad Toolkit is a fully integrated software that enables an entrepreneur to organize their ideas into tangible and workable plans.

Work Experience and Business Ventures

Glen began his career at GE Capital as a Business Developmental officer. It was at this company that he spent close to more than 20 years. His roles at this company involved operations management, business development, general management and international markets. Glen left GE Capital and his attributes and skills enabled him to go up the ladder.

Later in his career, he founded the Nova Four business venture which specifically dealt with providing strategic financial advice to companies and individuals.

His last role before founding LaunchPad Holdings was as a CEO of GE Money Latin America. While working at this company, he was able to build a total of 9 country operations from start-up. These start-ups exceeded more than $12 billion in assets and more than $100 million in annual earnings.


Greg attended the University of Scranton where he successfully pursued a Bachelor of Science in Economics & Finance. He later enrolled himself at the University of Chicago where he pursued an MBA in Finance.