5-Hour Energy Drink Founder Wants To Make Fake Rain
by Michael Kanellos May 10, 2016
Manoj Bhargava is taking the Henry Ford approach to clean water.
Bhargava, who single-handedly changed impulse buying in convenience stores by with his 5-Hour Energy Drink, is now dedicating his time to the Rain Maker, a water distilling system for helping ameliorate the world’s looming water crisis.
The electricity generator you can pedal: ‘Free Electric’ bike can create 24 hours of electricity with just an hour of exercise
CHEYENNE MACDONALD February 25, 2016
The bike requires just one hour of pedaling to produce a whole day’s worth of electricity, and the CEO and philanthropist is calling it ‘the cheapest, most practical way’ to create electricity around the world.
Following the footsteps of personalities like Bill Gates and Michael Dell donating money to charitable causes, Manoj Bhargava, whose net worth is estimated at $4 billion, has pledged 99 per cent of his fortune to finding solutions that could save the world and his focus is on India.
Billions in Change, founded by billionaire Manoj Bhargava, aims to save the world by creating and implementing solutions to the most basic global problems – water, energy and health. Doing so will raise billions of people out of poverty and improve the lives of everyone.
Billionaire entrepreneur and philanthropist serves humanity with innovation
GLOBAL ASIAN TIMES
by Vinita Kinra
December 21, 2015
Manoj Bhargava is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and founder and CEO of Living Essentials®. Born in Lucknow, India, Bhargava moved to the United States in 1967 at the age of 14. Bhargava grew up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and attended Princeton University for one year before dropping out and focusing the remainder of his education on spiritual studies in India and the United States.
5-Hour Energy billionaire brings latest inventions to S’pore
December 15, 2015
Billionaire Manoj Bhargava, who made his fortune selling 5-Hour Energy drinks in gas stations and convenience stores across the US, is turning to Asia to commercialize his latest inventions in health, power and water.