Glen Wakeman is a renowned entrepreneur and a business revolutionary focusing on mentoring startups and developing performance methodologies. Currently, he serves as the chief executive officer of LaunchPad Holdings LLC, a SAAS company he co-founded in 2015. The company was founded with the aim of providing more accessible plan building services and software platform for startups.
LaunchPad Toolkit, the company’s software platform, avails a broad library of tips and suggestions to entrepreneurs to act as a guide on proven and effective ways of forming a company. The platform is supported by a wide range of capital providers and advisors. Visit Glen Wakeman’s profile at Linkedin.
Glen Wakeman is famously known for his five-step performance methodology to increase productivity. He advocates for a focus on leadership, execution, governance, human capital, and risk management. His extensive experience in investment, economics, and organizational strategies has enabled Glen Wakeman to offer insightful counsel to executive level groups like DreamFunded and Sitters Bees. He is passionate about innovation, business growth, and executive development.
Being a writer has enabled Wakeman to offer his insights to a bigger audience through regular blog posts. He frequently blogs about global affairs, emerging markets, business transformation, and management and provides advice on capital raising and financing strategies. His experience with leadership in global issues is invaluable. In the course of his career, Wakeman has lived in 6 different nations being responsible for business operations in over 30 regions globally. Follow Glen Wakeman’s profile on twitter.com.
Glen Wakeman holds a BS in Economics from the University of Scranton and an MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago. Before founding Launchpads Holdings LLC, he held different management positions in companies like GE Capital, Doral Financial Corp, and Nova Four. Due to his reputation for developing accurate methods for various industries, Glen Wakeman is seen by many as a mentor and a significant force deserving recognition.
There’s always a good thing about starting a business. It’s always great to start a business, but the best thing about starting one is keeping your name behind it. The success of a business depends on this and the leadership of a business man. This kind of leadership is what Felipe Montoro Jens has. This issue is also what he tackled in the latest report from Negociosemfeco website.
Brazil InfrastructureIn the news report, an analysis featured that Brazil right now has the leading infrastructure today that can serve many of the world’s needs. According to Felipe, it is this support that gives Brazil the leading edge that it has today. The institution for the development of this infrastructure is also the best way that everyone can expect a lot more from Brazil. The partnership that Brazil has established between private and public also managed to make sure that there’s a lot of growth in the business sector of the country.
The specialist in Infrastructure Projects, Felipe Montoro Jens, also explains in the news report that Brazil has been historically significant because of how it can advance the modern needs of the 20th century. In the CNI study named “Opportunities for the privatization of infrastructure,” it was stated with the help of Felipe Jens that the success of Brazil gets attributed to how it was able to access state-owned enterprises and link it with current strategies to urban development.
About Felipe Montero JensJens is considered one of the most alternative and experienced board of directors nominated for various positions. He also acted as the chief financial officer of an outstanding company before moving to different areas in the company Terna S.p.A and in diverse project development areas and finance assignments.
It is easy to understand how excellent the skills of Felipe today, mainly because he had his business administration degree from Fundao Getulio Vargas, or FGV, which is also the training ground he went to before going for a master’s in international management from the Thunderbird under its American Garvin School of International Management.