Bernardo Chua Used Direct Sales To Take His Company Global

Bernardo Chua is greatly respected for his ability to market a product and develop new business models within an industry. He is the leader of Organo Gold, which is a primary distributor of ganoderma. Chua began his career in the Asia-Pacific and quickly established himself as a visionary in sales. He grew up in the Philippines. Read more: Bernardo Chua Recommends Grapeseed Oil As The Next Big Healthy Supplement

However, Bernardo is quick to credit his Chinese heritage for helping him understand the value of ganoderma and its ability as a marketable product. The Asian community has held the ganoderma herb in high regard for centuries. It is known for its healing abilities and health values. Chua was able to package the product into sensible items such as coffees and teas.

Ganoderma is derived from polypore mushrooms that grow on logs of wood around the globe. Bernardo Chua applied a direct sales marketing strategy that made international consumers aware of the versatility the ingredients offered.

The product caught on very quickly and soon spread throughout the Philippines and Pacific Rim. Chua was able to create an international demand for the products and market them to North American consumers.

Chua has gone on to win some awards during his tenure as a businessman. He was chosen as for the outstanding quality assurance award in 2014. He also went on to receive the National Shopperschoice award.

The National Shopperschoice recognition was meant to shine a light on the expertise of direct sales that was used to market the products.

Organo Gold is based in Canada. The company currently has over 1 million distributors. Bernardo Chua is a forward thinker who will always make the necessary decisions to keep his company on the cutting edge of its industry. He chose Canada as the home-base for the company because of the strict regulations that it imposes on products that are made for human consumption.

The high standards of the Canadian officials gives Organo Gold products a level of credibility that is unmatched by the competition. Consumers can be confident that the items are thoroughly tested and ready to be used in the manner in which they are marketed.

Learn more about Bernado Chua:

https://ca.linkedin.com/in/bernardo-chua-b96b54aa
http://cajamediterraneo.net/bernardo-chua-turkey-welcomes-health-in-a-cup-of-coffee/

Crime in New Brunswick, New Jersey

If you haven’t heard of New Brunswick, it’s a city in Middlesex County, in the state of New Jersey and it’s home to the famed Rutgers University. In 2012, New Brunswick also became synonymous with a barrage of armed robberies involving pizza delivery drivers. In 2013, Parysh Wood, a then 21-year-old, was charged with committing these crimes, most notably the robbery that occurred on November 30th, 2012. According to an article in newbrunswicktoday.com, Wood was charged with the November 30th robbery while he was already incarcerated for similar robberies throughout South Brunswick.

 

According to several news reports, Wood approached a pizza delivery driver, who was located in a parking lot and robbed him of his money, as well as his pizza. The reports, however, did not specify the amount of money stolen but indicated that the crime occurred around 9:30 in the evening. The New Brunswick police department was able to link Parysh to the robbery based on his cell phone records, which connected him with the crime. Due in large part to the diligent South Brunswick police department, the city can now breathe a collective sigh of relief, knowing that Parysh is off the streets.

 

In addition to the string of pizza delivery robberies, New Brunswick is also making headlines for a shooting that occurred at one of the city’s apartment communities, on October 7th, 2015. According to several reports, around 9:30 p.m several shots were fired inside of a New Brunswick apartment complex, located at 33 Commercial Ave and directly across from Rutgers University. One person was injured during the shooting and was transported to a nearby hospital. Information regarding the extent of the injury or their identity has not been disclosed; according to an article in newbrunswicktoday.com, the shooting is still being investigated. The police department did, however, reveal rudimentary information concerning the possible suspect; he was described as a male suspect wearing a hoodie running towards Nielsen Street, which intersects Commercial Ave.

 

If you’re considering visiting or moving to New Brunswick, you’re encouraged to keep your guard up; unfortunately, the city, which is also home to Rutgers University, has experienced a significant increase in crime in recent years. In fact, the crime rate in New Brunswick is 61% higher, when compared to crimes committed in other New Jersey cities, and is 1% higher than the national average. Additionally, the overall crime rate is said to be 78% higher than the national average.