As originally reported on PR Newswire, gourmet coffee company Organo Gold recently opened its newest international office in Turkey, a country already well-known for its love of coffee, having opened the world’s first recorded cafe in the fifteenth century. Though the Vancouver-based Organo Gold has offices in thirty-nine countries already, Chief Executive Officer Bernardo Chua called this expansion “a significant operational achievement.” Chua, well-versed in the Turkey’s history of consuming fine coffee, seemed excited by the prospect of bringing his fine products to a country where they will likely be highly appreciated. He also mentioned the benefits of having an office in Turkey, namely that the expansion will help unify the European, African, and Asian offices by providing a distribution center that is relatively central among the trade routes. Ever an intelligent businessman, Chua seems to recognize that opening an office in Turkey will increase profits in more ways that one, possibly opening the door for further growth in the future.
On his LinkedIn Bernardo Chua is no stranger to success– he is a recipient of the Napoleon Hill Foundation Gold Medal– and with his expert guidance, Organo Gold has been providing gourmet coffee to countries around the world since its inception in 2008. Organo Gold sells organic Ganoderma Lucidium in coffee, tea, and personal care products. They distribute through their Coffee Connoisseur Club in the United States and Canada, and using independent distributors for the rest of their international markets.