Corporate commerce does more than just supply countless men and women across the globe with steady and gainful employment, which they may enjoy for decades at a time. It is also the means by which many emergency and charitable relief organizations receive the donations and continue their good work throughout the years indefinitely. Among the plethora of patrons who pay the way for many of these organizations is the businessman Glenn Wakeman. Of late, his concern and focuses is on the disasters that have ravaged at the most beautiful island of Puerto Rico. But, there’s a lot more work that needs to be done. Likewise, there is a lot more to this man than just that.
That is why Glen Wakeman is not just a patron of organizations that rely on charitable donations, he is an active participant in the work itself (AnalystofFinance). He is known to give money of his own to the Red Cross disaster recovery organization, and he recently advised, as ever, that others should not only give of their resources but of their time and energy as well to disaster relief. But, this can do and lead by example form of entrepreneurship is not just something that he does in his own life. It also applies to his business practice and success when it comes trade and marketing. And when it comes to knowing the pillars of business, serving to pay dues, reaching the pinnacle of technique and expertise only to rise even further to the role of mentor and pioneer, Wakeman knows what he’s talking about.
The position of CEO, founder, and president of a business is not something that is just bestowed on someone. In most cases, it has to be earned. But either way, Glen Wakeman knows what it’s like to start from a good place of education, with a MBA in finance and a BS in economics, and go from there. That is why along with being the founder and CEO of LaunchPad LLC he holds the mantle of founder for Nova Four. Naturally, this comes after working in departments such as mergers and acquisitions for General Electric and holding other board positions for a number of companies.