As many know Puerto Rico has been devastated by Hurricane Irma and, even though the citizens there are American, has received not nearly enough support from the Trump administration and the Republican-controlled Congress and Senate. American companies have also not shown the support they otherwise would if what occurred in Puerto Rico had happened in one of the 50 states.
When Hurricane Irma hit on September 20th about 1 million residents in Puerto Rico lost power (TheBroTalk). Many have had their power restored but there are still about 60,000 residents on the island that are living without electricity which in this day and age is a basic necessity.
Many organizations have been helping the citizens of Puerto Rico recover from the devastation of Hurricane Irma including the Red Cross which has sent many EMTs and nurses to help treat those who continue to suffer through the aftermath of this natural disaster. While the Trump administration continues to ignore the human toll that takes place in Puerto Rico there are thankfully other organizations and people who step up and want to help these people that need help in order to survive.
One of the prominent individuals that have stepped forward to help the Puerto Rican victims of Hurricane Irma is Glen Wakeman, a successful businessman who has worked throughout the world in various locations. He is now the Chief Executive Officer of a company he founded, Launchpad Holdings LLC. His company is dedicated to helping entrepreneurs develop a written business plan so that they can get funding from venture capitalists as well as achieve their dream of creating a new company that achieves financial success.
Glen Wakeman has helped a large number of entrepreneurs achieve success during his career. Early in his career, he developed a five-point plan that involves five key areas that new businesses need to focus upon, including risk management, execution of the business plan, governance, management of human capital, and governance of the business. He has spread this information to a number of companies and teaches it to the businesses that take part in his new Launchpad Holdings firm.