Bernardo Chua: Business Man From The Philippines

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Bernardo Chua is the CEO of Organo Gold. He has made a name for himself for enlightening the world about the healing powers of the Ganoderma mushroom. He is the youngest of fourteen children. He imagined himself becoming a medical doctor throughout his childhood because he liked to help people live healthy lifestyles. He even acquired knowledge from his grandparents about the medicinal purposes of the Ganoderma mushroom at an early age. He obtained a bachelor’s degree at the University of Santo Tomas. Even without going to medical school, he has still helped people achieve a goal of a healthier lifestyle through the use of his company’s products.

His first working experience was to help with his family’s business. He was later hired by the company Gano Excel to promote their consumable products that contained Ganoderma. His caring and friendly personality, along with the knowledge he obtained from his grandparents, enabled him to do extremely well in advertising the products. Gano Excel greatly benefited from his efforts because they gained many new customers all over Asia. Learn more about Bernardo  Chua at YourBeautyCraze.com

After working hard for many years with Gano Excel, Bernardo Chua felt it was time to enlighten North America about the Ganoderma mushroom and capture new market share. He moved to California, where he decided it was time to start a major marketing project. He recruited many individuals and educated them on the Ganoderma mushroom properties. After successfully reaching the North American market, He felt it was time to start his own company. He is the founder and CEO of Organo Gold. This company also specializes in consumable products infused with the Ganoderma mushroom. Bernardo Chua is continuing to educate individuals about the health benefits that his company’s products can provide. The success of his company has been aired on Direct Selling News, Marketwired and Cision PRWeb.

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