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John Hagen was a VIP Guest of the China Entrepreneur Netwark

 

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John Hagen, President and Managing Partner of Washington Search Partners and Consulting, was an invited VIP guest of Yu-Liang (Andy) Liu (pictured above), Co-President of the University of Washington’s China Entrepreneurial Network. Ten incredible and outstanding start-up products and services were unveiled and presented by accomplished enthusiastic UofW student groups.  One of the winners was Decaf Style, headed by Andy Liu.  Decaf Style is an affordable single use consumer product designed to remove caffeine from any cup of coffee in one minute…..saving money, the environment and reducing or eliminating the potentially harmful effects of decaf coffee on humans ….AMAZING‼!

Congratulations to Andy, the Decaf Style group and all the groups who participated.   Thoroughly exciting and enjoyable‼!  Great Job‼

Thank you for the opportunity and privilege to be part of the China Business Challenge.

 

John Hagen

With over 30 Years of high-level engagement he leads executive recruitment for Retail (Start-up, Brick and Mortar, e-, Holding, Development, Conglomerate); Human Resources/Culture/Talent/Acquisition; VC / PE & Banking Investment and Development; Warehousing, Shipping/Logistics/Fulfillment/Transportation; Manufacturing (apparel, consumer goods, decor, electronics, high-tech, industrial durable and non-durable0); Real Estate Development Management and Business Services industry segments. He has headed high-level consulting programs to industry and the highly confidential recruitment of hundreds of C-level, divisional, regional leaders supporting the various industries within his corporate and company operations. He has partnered with U.S., Canadian, LATAM, EU and Asian brands in critical external executive search assessments for VP levels executives and above. Confidentiality, honesty, integrity, innovation, humor and a laser like sense of cultural match are the hallmarks of his work.

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