It looks like coffee giant MLM Gano Excel closed its doors in the USA and Canada as it is not longer possible to sign up for those countries on the website. Strong rumors suggest former Gano Excel CEO Joven Cabasag evidently took the database and trade secrets to start another company, Gano life.
Earlier the Gano Excel USA website told about Joven Cabasag:
Following a lifelong passion for herbology, Mr. Leow, undertook years of intense study into the medicinal properties of various species of mushroom. Through these studies, he became particularly interested in a mysterious red mushroom named Ganoderma lucidum. Known also as Reighi, Lingzhi, and Yeongji, Ganoderma lucidum exhibited such a wide range of benefits that Mr. Leow couldn’t help but want to share this “wonder herb” with the world. The only question for Mr. Leow was, "How do we bring this miracle herb to the people on a massive scale?"
He found his answer in coffee. By infusing the world’s most popular beverage with Ganoderma lucidum, Mr. Leow had the vehicle he needed to bring Ganoderma to the masses. Over the next decade, this quiet, unassuming researcher would build Gano Excel from a small farm in Malaysia – to the largest network marketing company in all of Asia.
Not content with the enormous success of Gano Excel in Asia and other global markets, Mr Leow felt that there was still greater work to be done. In order to bring Ganoderma lucidum to the forefront of the global consciousness, it would be necessary to gain a foothold in the largest, highest profile market in the world. It was time to bring Ganoderma lucidum to the United States of America. As with most successful companies, Gano Excel | The Americas would have humble beginnings. Microsoft was launched in a garage, Facebook began as a class project, and Gano Excel started its U.S. operations in a spartan little office with one phone line, folding tables and chairs, and a whole lot of promise.
Much in the same way that the cultivation of the Ganoderma lucidum itself requires just the right mix of knowledge, skill, and care, Mr. Leow realized that these traits would also be needed in the individual that would successfully grow Gano Excel in the U.S.A. He needed a man who would both share his vision, and have the skill and experience to bring it to fruition in the West. He found just such a man in Joven Cabasag.
A proven leader and top producing network marketer, Joven was in-between companies when he first learned of the opportunity at Gano Excel. He was intrigued by what he thought of as “enriched coffee,” and after learning that coffee was the second most traded commodity in the world, it became very clear that he had just encountered the most perfect networking product ever. Mr Cabasag joined the Gano Excel family in 2003, taking on the role of Executive Vice President of North America, and in this position he would play a vital role in growing the company in the region. In less than a year, Gano Excel | The Americas. would attract 30,000 business partners and monthly sales would jump to seven figures.
Through his quiet effort, and significant dedication Joven’s expertise supported the growing company and helped the entire U.S. executive team reach amazing milestones. To support this high level of growth, Gano Excel would move to an impressive 40,000 square foot facility. Determined to make the most of the newly acquired space, Mr. Cabasag conceptualized and designed a” social center” that would eventually be known as “The Promenade;” a unique synergizing of meeting space, social lounge, and mobile office into one harmonious whole. The Promenade would offer Affiliates a place to prospect, motivate, learn about the product and opportunity, and simply hang out and enjoy themselves.
With a keen passion and foresight in the field of technology, Joven would also orchestrate several improvements to the company, including the implementation of a state of the art logistics system that would support massive volume shipping. He would also bring in key executives, who would architect the in-house development of systems that would empower Gano Excel in its aggressive expansion into North and Latin America.
As is usually the case, with such rapid growth, there were also the inevitable growing pains. From the summer of 2007 through the winter of 2008, Gano Excel experienced significant challenges in numerous North American markets. Through these troubled times, Joven Cabasag was a guiding light as he stepped forward and essentially rebuilt the company, bringing about a phoenix like transformation from the ashes of adversity. Joven would even go as far as to put the financial security of his own family at risk by investing his life savings into the company, thereby providing stability for his team during a period of transition. In recognition of his dedication, Joven was named the CEO of Gano Excel and took the helm of both North and Latin American operations.
It has been noted that Joven Cabasag is the “Steve Jobs” of Gano Excel. Much in the same way that Mr Jobs was able to breathe new live into the Apple Corporation, Mr. Cabasag was the driving force in bringing about the evolution of Gano Excel. Implementing a new string of strategies such as rebuilding the executive team, launching Gano Excel Peru, and restructuring the company’s compensation plan, Joven’s leadership would cause Gano Excel | The Americas. to skyrocket to success. Whereas the Ipod has captured the market share in its industry, Gano Excel has become the premier company for Ganoderma enriched products.
It has been said that “the future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” Mr. Leow’s dream of bringing Ganoderma lucidum to the western world is well on its way to fruition, thanks to the efforts of Joven Cabasag. With a talented executive and supporting team in place, Gano Excel is poised for it’s next evolution.
In speaking with Mr. Leow, Joven once asked him what he considered to be his greatest achievement. “I wanted to bless the world with Ganoderma” he answered. ” I wanted to see millions of lives blessed with both happiness and prosperity." After reflecting further on the successes in North and Latin America orchestrated by Mr. Cabasag, Mr. Leow would add: “Joven, I believe we've found the voices to make this happen."