Bernardo Chua

Bernardo Chua is the founder and CEO of OrganoGold. He is a well-respected businessman worldwide in his field of multilevel marketing. He started his career as an executive for Gano Excel in Philippine and within a period of three years, he had helped expanding the business to other areas and continents including the United States, Canada and other regions in Asia. Currently, OrganoGold is one of the world`s largest producers of instant coffee, tea and tablets.

Mr. Chua`s successes include his award of the Asia-Pacific Excellence Award in the year 2003 for outstanding MLM Company. He achieved all these through his kindness, progressive thinking and principles of nurturing a long-term relationship with people.

With the passion of entrepreneurship, Bernardo Chua masterminds the production and distribution of the healthy products. His name always come first to be mentioned when it comes to debates or accomplishments in the global multilevel marketing.

His firm, Organo Gold, has specialized and focused on producing and selling a broad spectrum of healthy bioactive coffee products containing Ganoderma Lucidium.

The company sells these products via reliable multi-level marketing distribution channel on a wholesale basis. Origin of Organo Gold, Bernardo Chua had learned the numerous benefits that Ganoderma Licidium could offer. Learn more about Bernardo Chua: and

And as he grew up, he was able to make his own healthy products from this valuable herb and commercialize them. Over time he gained experience in the multi-level marketing, after working for companies such as Gano Excel, he decided to establish his own company.

However, before Bernado Chua found international commercial success, he first came to prominence in 1999 when he became the co-founder and general manager of Gano Excel Philippines and the Operations Officer of Gano. The company developed a range of health products including a type of mushroom called Ganoderma.

Finally, when Chua established his company, he used independent contractors to sell his company`s products. The distribution network through its Coffee Connoisseur Club in USA and Canada has enabled the company to operate in over 30 countries privately held.

The Legacy of Norman Pattiz in the Media Industry

Norman Lear is a multi-talented creative who is also a writer, World war II veteran, director, and producer. His legendary contributions include the Jeffersons, Good Times and All in the Family that shaped and changed American television. Currently, Norman uses his voice to further topics he is passionate about through a weekly podcast. His program, All of Above with Norman Lear seeks to entertain, champion meaningful social and political conversations, and provide all-round topics for the family. Paul Hipp, Norman’s friend, is a regular host on the program. Celebrity guests from different fields also frequent the show that debuted on May 1. Learn more:

New episodes are available on, iTunes, and the PodcastOne app every Monday. There is a pre-subscription option offer for fans. Norman Lear, 95, hopes to connect with all audiences regardless of their ages.

Mr. Pattiz serves as the Executive Chairman and owner of PodcastOne. Norman’s inspiration to tap into the podcast market is the niche that exists the audio on-demand sector. Since its inauguration in 2012, PodcastOne has become a market trendsetter and leader in the area. Other than Norman, the PodcastOne also features Shaquille O’Neal, Larry King, and Laura Ingraham plus a host of other known talents.

Norman has over 40 years experience in the broadcast industry and is the founder of Westwood One. As a leader at Westwood One, Norman steered the company to a leadership position in the American broadcast industry. Some of the networks owned or managed by Westwood One include CNN radio, NBC Radio, NCAA basketball, Summer Olympic Games, CBS news, the Super Bowl and other channels and talk shows. The Courtside Entertainment Group, another Norman Pattiz’s company, distributes and produces quality programs since 2010.

In 2000 and 2002, Norman was part of the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the USA, a body that oversees state broadcasting services for U.S nonmilitary such as The Voice of America. He contributed to the launch of the pioneer American Arabic language television and radio broadcaster in 22 Middle East countries and the Farsi language broadcast in Iran. Norman is the founder of People for America, a liberal advocacy group. He is also actively involved in activities that champion for freedom and independence. He also serves as Chair of the Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Security Laboratories.

He was a recipient National Medal of Arts in 1999. The Library of American Broadcasting honored Mr. Pattiz with the Giant of Broadcasting Award in 2009. Learn more: