In 2008, Bernardo Chua created a company that would go onto grab the coffee industry by storm: Organo Gold. By successfully infusing the well-known Ganoderma mushroom with coffee beans, he created a product that caught the attention of millions of health-centered individuals and companies and now holds a one percent market share in the coffee economy, as well as a stake in the tea industry. View Bernardo Chua’s full profile at LinkedIn
So, who is Bernardo Chua?
Bernardo Chua, or “Bernie” for short, is a businessman and network marketing executive from the Philippines. Born into Chinese heritage, Bernie has always been a believer in bringing nutraceuticals to the masses. He has found incredible success in the Pacific Rim, receiving multiple awards in Asia such as the Dangal ng Bayan Award for Business in Industry in 2014. He believes direct sales and giving freedom to others is the best strategy for worldwide health.
What is Organo Gold?
Organo Gold, founded in Canada in 2008, is a direct sales operation that specializes in blending coffee beans and tea with the Ganoderma lucidum fungus (known as the reishi mushroom in the west) which grows on trees in the tropics and has been used in traditional Eastern medicine for thousands of years as an immune and energy booster.
By doing this, Organo offers coffee that goes beyond giving its consumers a boost of energy: it actively fosters a better quality of life for anyone who drinks it over a long period of time. Organo gives its consumers the choice among four kinds of coffee, three offerings of tea, and a hot cocoa beverage, allowing anyone to indulge in the health benefits of Ganoderma.
In addition to these beverages, Organo also offers a line of personal care and body management products.
Bernie is an internationally-recognized business icon. His strategies to start Organo Gold in Canada, one of the most regulated countries in the world, in order to earn trust among consumers, has paid off and created a health food and nutraceutical powerhouse.
Bernie only has one way to go, and that’s up.