The Ultimate Components To Business Funding By Glen Wakeman

Are you a startup or an upcoming entrepreneur looking for funding of your business? Well, you should not worry anymore because your funding is almost guaranteed if you only develop some strategies offered by this business titan and expert Mr. Glen Wakeman. It is quite easy to get ideas all over the internet especially in our millennial age but not all the information can benefit you build a great foundation for your business as an entrepreneur. A whole lot of information will just enable you to have an idea of the business you want but funding the business to start propelling may be quite a task. That’s why you need someone who has trekked the path before you. And Glen Wakeman is there to help you.

Glen Wakeman has an extensive knowledge of matters to do with entrepreneurship where he has helped many get established. He has previously worked with businesses and corporations especially at General Electric where he served as COO, General Director and Director of Business development. Being in the business development division could be the reason he developed some interest in startups especially when his unit grew to expand to over 9 countries with 17,000 employees and an asset net worth of $12 billion.

After his great experiences, Glen Wakeman wanted to share his knowledge to upcoming entrepreneurs and thus launching Launchpad Holdings which is also young and using the following components to develop itself. Irrespective of the services and products a business is dealing with, the methodology and its components never changes. These are the components you need to develop strategies that will attract some funding or financing:

  1. Marketing – in this component the major question is based on “why and what”. What are you offering and why should a potential customer buy from you.
  2. Operations – You should also know how you will deliver your promised product and service. This is basically about the execution of your plan. Answer the question, “how”.
  3. Talent – you should evaluate your abilities and that of your team members. Determine whether you need another person or not.
  4. Financial – consider how much you have and how much you need to start up.
  5. Risk management – address any fatal risk before executing your plan.

Now you are ready for business.

 

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