Bernardo Chua is a Canada-based business executive who owns and operates a company in the beverage and direct marketing industries. His company, Organo Gold, provides consumers with premium teas, coffees, nutraceuticals, and personal care products. His products can be found in over 50 nations and are sold exclusively through a global network of independent distributors.
When he started out his professional career he worked for a small family-owned company in the Philippines. After working there for a few years he found a job managing a Southeast Asia tour company’s office. He discovered the direct marketing industry not long after this and joined a company called Gano Excel. When this company sought to expand into America he volunteered to emigrate to the U.S. along with his family. He was their top executive in America and before long Gano Excel products were available across the United States and Canada. Read more about Bernardo at bitsylink.com
When he decided to strike out on his own he moved to Canada and along with a business partner started Organo Gold. This was in 2008 and his company began with just three employees. It now has thousands of independent contractors and employees around the globe. One of the reasons for the success of Organo Gold is that all of their products contain lab-grown Ganodermalucidum. This herb was something that he had been familiar with since childhood. It is thought to have several health benefits which is why it is included in their products.
Over the course of his career, Bernardo Chua has received a number of awards. He has been named as the Direct Sales Company Executive of the Year six times. In 2014 he was invited back to the Philippines where he could personally accept their Business and Industry Dangal ng Bayan Award, presented to Filipinos who have become international successes in the business world.
He is also a philanthropist. Bernardo Chua created the OG Cares Foundation which provides leadership training to young people around the world. He also delivers speeches to encourage younger people in business and has served as a mentor to many. He says that with hard work and determination anyone can become a success.
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The infrastructure specialist, reporter, and public-private partnership expert, Felipe Montoro Jens recently attended the IDB meeting on March 24th, 2018. The IDB is the Inter-American Development Bank meeting was in Mendoza, Argentina this year. Felipe reported the various efforts and plans in place to help turn the economic situation around in Latin America and South America entirely. It’s important to understand the efforts made by Brazil in recent years in the area of public-private partnerships to complete much-needed infrastructure projects, create jobs and stimulate the economy. Felipe Montoro Jens recently reported many public-private partnerships in Brazil and how they have yielded many good economic results. Read this article at odiario.com about Felipe Montoro Jens
During the IDB meeting, however, it was made known that many of the PPPs have not been implemented due to lack of funding by the private sector. PPPs have been implemented to complete road construction projects, sewer and water accessibility projects and public lighting projects. Dyogo Oliveira was one of the persons at the IDB this March. Mr. Oliveira is the Minister of Planning, Development, and Management, and he brought to the attention of the board members the need for investments to kick-start more PPPs. There has been a huge increase in PPPs, but in order to make a real impact and really move things in the correct direction, investments will be needed. Felipe Montoro Jens reported, Mr. Dyogo asked for more investments to create financial guarantees. Without these investments, the PPPs will continue to not be implemented.
This argument was echoed by Luis Caputo, according to Felipe Montoro Jens. Luis Caputo is the Minister of Finance and Chairman of the Board of Directors. Luis pointed to the industrial revolution as an important event on the horizon and the country needs to get the PPPs moving once again. While there are many successful PPPs already in place, the need for more investments was the main topic of discussion at the IDB.
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