Anderson Chen
Staff Writer at Built In

Anderson Chen is a Built In staff writer covering tech companies for Brand Studio. He has been working as a content writer and journalist since 2018. Chen has a degree in molecular environmental biology from the University of California-Berkeley as well as a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University.

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Interns join companies to learn on the job. With the right guidance and programming, they can add distinct value to the organization.
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As the snow season continues, Colorado’s tech scene is just warming up.
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From its origins to its people and products, the green tech company is tackling climate change with a unifying platform and vision.
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Tech companies often market innovation as a core tenet. Behind the scenes, the challenges solved by engineers on a regular basis power their mission and growth.
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Many engineers are able to reach a mythical state of focused productivity. Built In Colorado sat down with an employee from Sovrn Holdings for a firsthand look at how it happens.
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In a post-pandemic work environment, the office is no longer the center of activity for tech employees.
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Learning and organization development programs can vary in priority between tech companies. In Denver, one company has written the recipe.
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As the fall season draws to a close, these Colorado tech companies are embracing winter’s greeting with ambitious goals.
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Remote work is here to stay. For many tech companies, the question is: What perks and benefits they can offer to take advantage of the new shift?
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From fast-growing startups to established firms with hefty benefits, here’s a rundown of Colorado’s most noteworthy people-first organizations to keep an eye on.
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When a personal sales slump strikes, consider a different perspective. Reaching out for help and a mental reset can go a long way.
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Growing companies accompany booming industries. Two Colorado-based tech companies are looking to expand their teams as they take on big roles in their field.