Thursday, April 24, 2014
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA – April 24, 2014 – Organo Gold, the global gourmet coffee company that caters to consumers’ active […]
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA – April 24, 2014 – Organo Gold, the global gourmet coffee company that caters to consumers’ active lifestyles, was recognized as the 55th largest network marketing company by top industry trade publication Direct Selling News for its 26 percent sales increase over the past 12 months. The DSN Global 100 is an annual ranking that highlights the most successful direct selling companies in the world. The 2014 list was announced last night in Dallas, TX.
“When we created Organo Gold in 2008, we began with a vision of the company we wanted to build,” stated Bernardo Chua, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Organo Gold. “Our incredible growth over the last five years shows that we are on the right track and that we have only just begun.”
“Our approach to leadership development and use of the Napoleon Hill principles has already attracted over one million Distributors,” added Shane Morand, Co-Founder and Global Master Distributor at Organo Gold.
“We are now entering the next wave of Organo Gold,” stated Holton Buggs, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Organo Gold. “We are actively opening new markets, partnering with global personalities such as Greg Norman and Manny Pacquiao, and opening new distribution channels that are introducing broader audiences to Organo Gold.”
Founded in 2008, Organo Gold remains focused on its mission to bring the treasures of the earth to the people of the world through its Ganoderma-infused coffee and other products. OG meets this mission through the principles of the Napoleon Hill Foundation, with which the Company has a long-standing and exclusive collaboration. Organo Gold offers its suite of products through its Independent Distributor network and to consumers through its Coffee Connoisseur Club in Canada and the United States.
Learn more about Organo Gold at: http://www.organogold.com
Thursday, July 3, 2014
RICHMOND, BRITISH COLUMBIA – June 30, 2014 – Organo Gold, the gourmet coffee company that caters to consumers’ active lifestyles, […]
RICHMOND, BRITISH COLUMBIA – June 30, 2014 – Organo Gold, the gourmet coffee company that caters to consumers’ active lifestyles, proudly announced today the opening of its new global headquarters in Richmond, British Columbia. The 26,000 square foot building houses approximately one-third of the company’s global staff.
The ribbon cutting ceremony was attended by the Honorable Neil Frank Ferrer, Consul General for the Republic of the Philippines; the Honorable Sutthiluck Sa-ngarmangkang, Consul General for the Republic of Thailand; and Mr. Hyung Suk Lee, Consul Republic of Korea. Canada was equally represented as the Honorable Linda Reid, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia and Member for Richmond East joined in the festivities.
“In our first five years we grew from one idea, in a one room office with one employee to the 55th largest network marketing company in the world,” stated Bernardo Chua, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Organo Gold. “We ignited the next generation of direct selling and our new international headquarters is our footprint; our statement that Organo Gold has arrived and will be here for generations to come.”
The 26,000 square foot building boasts an eco-friendly design. Externally, there was an emphasis on natural and organic elements, with many of the materials repurposed from the original building. This allowed for minimal waste as salvaged material that was not used in the new building was donated to Habitat for Humanity for future use. The building interior focuses on the coffee theme which is executed in the color palette: from green to red and yellow all the way through shades of brown. The photos and displays on the walls are part of the company’s mission, vision and history to the range of products.
“This building is an investment in our Independent Distributors’ future and accompanies the strategic plan we have for the continued global expansion of Organo Gold,” stated Holton Buggs, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Organo Gold.
Crown Ambassador John and Blanca Sachtouras, Crown Diamond Luis and Angela Ventura led the OG Leadership delegation that included Diamonds and Distributors from all over the world.
“The genius of Organo Gold is reflected in our headquarters – the simplicity of coffee, the magic of Ganoderma, and the power of leadership,” stated Shane Morand, Co-Founder and Global Master Distributor at Organo Gold. “The fact that Distributors, suppliers, employees traveled from around the world to join us in this building dedication is testament to the fact that we are a global company making a global impact.”
Founded in 2008, Organo Gold remains focused on its mission to bring the treasures of the earth to the people of the world, with its Ganoderma-infused coffee and other products. OG meets this mission through the principles of the Napoleon Hill Foundation, with which the company has a long-standing and exclusive collaboration. Organo Gold offers its suite of products through its Independent Distributor network, and to consumers in Canada and the United States through its Coffee Connoisseur Club.
View event photos on our official Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/organogold
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HYDE PARK (CBS) – An elderly woman died in a fire at a home in Hyde Park Saturday night.
Flames broke out in the single family home on Colchester Street just before 8 p.m. and spread around the basement and first floor.
Acting Deputy Fire Chief Eric Pettaway said the unidentified woman was found outside when they arrived.
Two off-duty firefighters performed CPR on the woman before was rushed to a local hospital where she later died.
Boston Fire tweeted that one “adult male was unaccounted for early on but turned up outside okay.”
The state Medical Examiner’s office will determine the cause of the woman’s death.
There’s no word yet on how the fire started.
Damage is estimated at $150,000.
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