John Chen calls himself a big kid with an old soul. The founder and CEO of Geoteaming left a successful career at Microsoft to use technology to help teams work together effectively. By Janice Nesamani NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY Being an entrepreneur isn’t a big deal for John Chen when he recalls his grandfather’s journey to […]
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Executive Development Institute (EDI) raised over $95,000 at its annual dinner and auction, Inclusion Fusion, Sept. 17. John Chen, CEO Geoteaming, an EDI graduate, donated $20,000. The event was held at The Foundry in Seattle, where over 200 guests attended and participated in the wine toss, mystery room, silent and live auctions, and voting for their favorite […]
Geoteaming CEO John Chen signed copies of his book, “50 Digital Team-Building Games,” at a February luncheon hosted by the Greater Seattle Chinese Chamber of Commerce at the LA Cafe. The book contains meeting openers, team activities, and group adventures to better unite business teams, develop trust, and foster increased collaboration and communication. (end)
John Chen’s passions — technology, adventure, and human change — have combined in such a way to create a successful corporate team-building business. His current project enables individuals and groups to enjoy a special “high-tech treasure hunt” in downtown Seattle.
John Chen was the recipient of the Washington State Chapter of Meeting Planners International (MPI) of the Tomorrow’s Leader Award.