Bernardo Chua provides coffee and tea which are two of America’s favorite beverages to them with an added ingredient. That ingredient is Ganoderma lucidium herb which provides major health benefits.

His company is called Organo Gold. He started this company with four employees in Vancouver British Columbia Canada. He began his interest in health while he worked for Gano Excel which he brought plenty of aid in its success.Now Organo Gold is a multi-million dollar company. It also has thousands of employees. The fact that he helps provide all of these jobs aids our community.

PR News Wire reported that Bernado Chua has won several awards one of which is the Dangal Ng Bayan Award. He was also recognized for being an outstanding entrepreneur in 2015. Organo Gold was named the 55th company with the most sales in the world. He was named the Direct Sales Co-executive of the year almost 5 times.

According to ZoomInfo, Bernardo Chua’s business model is simple yet if applied it leads to success. He believes that hard work, determination, and knowledge of business are what is needed. Hard work toward something one loves will produce results.

The combination of that with determination and knowledge of business will help one to have their dreams come true. He also believes that direct sales are the best way to advance an idea and business.

He helps the community by teaching this to young men and women around the world using his OG Cares Foundation. Another way he helps our community is by educating people on the benefits of the Ganoderma herb.

He had a dream to use Ganoderma lucidium herb worldwide to benefit people’s health. He was able to accomplish that by first bringing it to North America. Its base is Canada which has strict procedures to adhere to before allowing consumption of products by people.

This causes people to feel great using the teas and coffee provided by Organo Gold. Organo Gold now has 1 million distributors worldwide. He has caused people to experience health wellness while drinking comforting coffees and teas.