Apple was co-founded by Steve Jobs in 1976. He built it, was ousted in 1985, and the board of directors begged him to return in 1997 to save the company from bankruptcy because corporate suits drove it into the ground in his absence.

Visionaries that start businesses in kitchens or garages are a rare breed. Here’s what Steve Jobs’ return to Apple Inc. led to:

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We’re talking about a 376,000% return since 1981. Between 1997 and today, we’re talking about making 2,000x one’s initial investment!

Another part of the Internet revolution is Google, which was founded on September 4, 1998, by Larry Page and Sergey Brin while they were Ph.D. students.

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos is another example of a company whose leader showed persistence throughout the years. He founded Amazon from his garage in Bellevue, Washington, on July 5, 1994, with the crazy idea of offering an online marketplace for books.

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The examples are many:

  • Nvidia: Founded in 1993 by Taiwanese-American Jensen Huang with a firm belief that the next wave of computing would be graphics-based because it could solve problems that general-purpose computing could not. Today, the GPU and graphics card developer is valued at a whopping $555 billion.
  • Salesforce: Worth nearly $250 billion today, it was started in 1999 by former Oracle executive Marc Benioff, who ultimately helped develop the incipient concepts of cloud computing, CRM, and software-as-a-service into the well-developed ideas they are in the 2020s.
  • FedEx: Founded in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1971 by Yale University student Frederick W. Smith. He drew up the company’s concept in a term paper at Yale, in which he called for a system specifically designed for urgent deliveries. His professor didn’t think much of the idea, but Smith pressed on. Now, FedEx has a global presence and a market cap of $65 billion.

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    Each of these businesses has netted returns in the thousands of percent for loyal shareholders. Standing by founder-led companies has paid off handsomely, proving that a top-tier leader is the key to outstanding business performance that endures.

    The key is to find a founder-led company that is still new, small, and in an industry that is experiencing a full-blown revolution.

    The one I found is BOOSH Food (US: VGGIF), whose market cap is only $15M, much smaller than companies on the S&P 500, whose average market cap is $67B.

    This is a company that went public just four months ago, yet its products are on shelves of 400 stores in Canada already and it just announced expansion into the United States!

    Among many retailers, BOOSH Food (US: VGGIF) is in:

    1. Whole Foods, a 40-year-old supermarket chain with a worldwide presence and deep brand name recognition among health food consumers. This is one that Amazon acquired in 2017!

    Whole Foods has more than 500 stores in North America, along with a growing presence in the United Kingdom.

    1. IGA, which has expanded over the decades into an American chain of grocery stores that operates in more than 30 countries.

    IGA has 5,000 store locations around the world, including more than 1,100 stores in 45 U.S. states.

    1. Safeway, an American supermarket chain founded in April 1915.

    In early 2015, Albertsons and Safeway completed a merger transaction. The newly combined private company operates 2,200 grocery stores in 33 states and the District of Columbia.

    BOOSH (US: VGGIF) has also managed to get its products on shelves at:

    The plant-based food industry is gaining heat. UBS projects the plant-based food industry to skyrocket from $5 billion to $85 billion in less than 10 years!

    Nearly a quarter of Americans have consumed plant-based meat products, according to a new report published by market research firm Packaged Facts.

    Health Focus International has also reported that a staggering 17% of U.S. consumers now eat a predominantly plant-based diet, also referred to as “flexitarians.”

    30% of shares are owned by insiders, so it’s tightly held.

    The product line contains gluten-free, 100% plant-based nutritional comfort foods for the whole family.

    In only a short time span of 18 months, the company has been able to:

    • Establish distribution to over 375+ notable retailers
    • Introduce award-winning products
    • Place 6 nutritionally balanced and frozen plant-based meals already on the shelves
    • Introduced 3 tasty, plant-based heat n’ eat refrigerated meals in July 2021

    To me, the biggest imminent catalyst is their U.S. expansion!

    The management team has signed a broker agreement with Thrive (a U.S. natural food broker) to commence selling all of Boosh’s products in the U.S., effective immediately.

    They also signed an agreement with Vejii Holdings Ltd. to commence home delivery services throughout Canada and the U.S. and have an alliance with well-known meat alternative giant Beyond Meat™ and a distribution deal with UNIFI, one of the world’s largest natural food distributors!

    Let’s recap this:

    • 100% plant-based and gluten-free
    • Beyond Meat® alliance, included in 2 of their entrees
    • Award-winning products
    • Heat n’ eat comfort food for the whole family
    • In over 375+ stores, including Whole Foods
    • Currently offering 6 frozen meals
    • 3 new refrigerated items
    • Nearly 28% inside ownership
    • Finalist Product of The Year Award, 2020, BC Food & Beverage
    • Rising Star Award, 2020, BC Food & Beverage

    Boosh has retained the services of an award-winning, nationally recognized premier food broker, Thrive Natural Sales, as its U.S. representative. In addition to providing food brokerage services, Thrive also provides an outsourced solution to national sales and supply chain management.

    I also see much potential in the branding and supply alliance with one of the largest plant-based food companies in the world and a distribution deal with one of the largest natural food distributors in North America.

    BOOSH (US: VGGIF) has a branding and supply alliance with Beyond Meat™, which is currently used in 2 Boosh entrees!

    Its current market cap is approximately 80% less than its nearest competitor, so keep that in mind because finding a publicly traded company with a market cap of USD$15M is rare. This is the early stage!

    The company has an excellent management team, high-quality products, a large distribution network, and an alliance with Beyond Meat™, arguably the face of plant-based foods!

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