Glenn Laumeister

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Glenn Laumeister is a serial entrepreneur and CEO.

He is currently the CEO of AllWork, a freelancer management and payment platform for the Gig Economy. Prior to AllWork he launched and scaled numerous E-commerce and SaaS businesses, including CoachMarket, an online marketplace that connects individuals and organizations with career and executive coaches; Thuzio, a freelancer marketplace for professional athletes; and, an E-commerce, Saas and supply chain business for consumer electronic, computer and appliance replacement parts.[1]

He co-founded PartStore, which developed to over $75m in revenue.[2][3] The company's awards include the INC 500 list, and Deloitte’s top 500 growth businesses nationally. Laumeister was selected as an Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist.[4]

Prior experience included working for CUC International (now Cendant) building AutoVantage, a national car buying network; AAdvantage Dining, a network of 2,000 fine dining restaurants for American Airlines; and Shoppers Advantage, a catalog shopping business with over $120m in annual sales.

Laumeister began his career working for General Motors in Germany, where he doubled the size of their European automatic transmission business to over $120m in annual revenue and established a sales and marketing office in Frankfurt Germany selling to Jaguar, Rolls-Royce, Opel, Volvo and BMW.[5]

Laumeister graduated with a BA in International Relations and German from Colgate University, and received an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.


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  5. ^ Stocks (2019-02-07). "Stocks". Bloomberg. Retrieved 2020-02-25.