Without a prominent family background and was not born in poverty, Chairman Kuo went against the grain without his parents’ financial support.

All of these originated from his childhood realization when driving the bumper car: only by holding the steering wheel, one would win the chance of exploring all possibilities of a bumper car with no track.

Innovate the crossover business mode by merging information and technology. Lead corporate spirit by focusing on communication and collaboration.Devote his mind to right message, right timing, right place and to the right people.

Not talented in telling exaggerated or legendary brand stories, Chairman Kuo is down-to-earth and works hard to provide professional services. It is his philosophy to promote affectionate interaction, encourage heartfelt communication, get a foothold in Taiwan and develop a world vision.

Having the courage to challenge the ordinary and committing to create excellence are the everlasting persistence of Teamplus Technology.

The Pilot of Teamplus Technology

Founder and Chairman
Kuo Cheng-hsiang

Developing the future of information and communications technology with foresight.
Building an innovative and professional team with humanistic thinking.
Integrating entrepreneurship and business integrity; and
Establishing a paragon for new generation enterprises.


Founder of Teamplus Technology Inc.
Assistant Governor of the 2nd Section of Region 3502 of Rotary International
Founding Member and President (2011) of Taoyuan Chungshan Club of Region 3500 of Rotary International


M.S., National Central University
B.S., Feng Chia University

Professional Experience

Founder of Teamplus Technology Inc.
Executive Assistant to General Manager of inXtron, Inc.
Taiwan Sales Manager of HiTi Ltd.
Marketing Manager of NexSmart Technology Inc.


“The Fifth Media – A Mobile Marketing Manual”
Date of Publication: December 2008

The Outstanding ICT Elite Award of ICT Month

Was honored as one of “MANAGER Today” magazine’s “100 MVP Managers of 2013”.

Interviewed by the Business Weekly magazine “Even Microsoft Taiwan buys the license of his software”.