Based in Oslo, Andy Chen is CEO of Weorder Hospitality Technologies, a Nordic leader in providing B2B transactional SaaS solution for the food & beverage industry operators. Weorder enables restaurants to become data-centric enterprises through omni-channel digital ordering and deliver loyalty-based CRM.
Andy is also currently the Nordic venture partner for Vectr Ventures, a Hong-Kong based fund focused on investing in Nordic tech companies with ambitions to expand into Asia. Prior to Vectr Ventures and Weorder, he was most recently the CEO of Aspiro Group and founder CEO of TIDAL, a hi-fi mobile streaming technology company listed in NASDAQ Stockholm which was acquired by RocNation / Jay-Z in 2015.
Prior to Aspiro Group, Andy was the CEO of Preview Networks (acquired in 2013 by Rightster), a venture-backed B2B content syndication and advertising platform in Europe, and also the VP of digital for MTV International, responsible for all digital sales, strategy and product. Andy has spent many years with Aegis Media as the Global Director of Digital Strategy for Carat and Isobar in London and San Francisco.
Andy is on the World Economic Forum as a global advisory council for media and technology. He is an active angel investor and advisor to venture and private equity firms. He holds a triple B.A. degree in Architecture, City Planning and Scandinavian Cultures from University of California, Berkeley, and an MBA from Stockholm University School of Management in Sweden.