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Of the umpteen enterprises we know of, how many operate to yield profit for their partner firms and customers? It may seem ludicrous to even ask this question, but surprisingly, the entrepreneur this story aims to uncover banks on just the idea to climb the ladder of success. Visham Sikand’s Plat5 Consultancy, which was established in 2007, is a ‘profit delivery’ company, the first and probably the only company in India to generate profit for its client company at zero cost. It’s almost like Sikand promises profit in return for profit. This he does by offering innovative concepts to customers of the client corporate company in return for a certain fee.
In less than two years, Sikand’s Plat5 has generated close to Rs100 crore as revenue, and has partnered with some of the biggest corporate groups across the world. The company has a complete monopoly over the concept and has already sold its novel ideas to over a million customers. Sikand is hopeful of drawing two million customers in a very short time. 
In the year following the set up of Plat5, Sikand also forayed into the sphere of medicine and established Indian Health Organisation (IHO) Pvt Ltd, the first company in India to launch ‘Health Plans’. With a network of more than 1,000 labs and doctors, the firm has already made its presence felt in a big way. 
“IHO network of doctors is bigger than most big standalone hospitals or labs in the country. The Health Plans it offers takes care of all the pre hospitalisation needs of a patient, especially those not covered by insurance. In last three months, IHO has tied up with some of the biggest corporate and insurance companies for its innovative launch,” said a proud Sikand. 
As for the plat5 products, they have been tried and tested and valued by over one million customers. The company has been able to efficiently meet the ever growing needs of the Indian masses by working towards providing lifestyle benefits like travel, vacation, dining, high-end merchandise and most importantly, health.
For the past two years, Sikand has directed his focus on the financial sector. But now, since the company has managed to secure a customer base of over one million, Sikand plans to head bang on towards other equally important sectors. 

“All of us have just one life. And I want to live mine with thrill and excitement. I had a clear understanding of my strengths and what I wanted to pursue. I waned to work on my own terms, and create wealth by means of my innate entrepreneurial skills. So here I am, doing exactly what I envisaged,” he said when asked why he chose to be an entrepreneur instead of opting for a regular 9-5 job.
He was ready to face challenges and overcome them too. One of the biggest hurdles Sikand successfully managed to get over was the downturn in the financial sector. “We kept focusing on the next step forward and did everything in our capacity to minimise risks,” said Sikand.
Plat5’s biggest achievement so far is to have emerged as a profitable enterprise for itself and the partner company as well. And this was possible only because of Sikand’s unique concept and his extraordinary ability to take the company miles ahead of the set goals.
Sikand was recently awarded for being the ‘Youngest Speaker’ at TIECON, where he guided other start ups on how to develop their ideas in an innovative way for a successful career as an entrepreneur. Plat5 has been featured by various media houses for its ‘true innovation’, but the most honourable of these has been the coverage given by CNBC.  
It is these achievements, the drive to create wealth and the positive feedback of the customers that have kept Sikand going through the ups and down of his entrepreneurial journey. But complacency was never for this biz mastermind. Sikand has a plethora of other plans that he hopes to implement to take his venture to greater heights. The foremost is to launch another new-age company. He also plans to cross the 100 crore turnover mark and ensure that IHO has a presence in about 30 cities in India, operating with a panel of more than 4,000 doctors.

Tips to budding entrepreneurs — Setting up an enterprise is just about fighting it out. One has to be prudent and unique to make it big.

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 Got Calls From Last 5 Days From 2 Numbers Who Told Me That They Are From Indian Health Organisation And They Want Me To Purchase Their Health Cards As I Was Busy I Request Them To Call Me Today As I Need To Check Their Company Online…When They Called Me Today I Saw Sooo Many Complaints Online On Consumercourtforum.Com

And Guess What After Listening All That Crap Of These People I Told Them To Visit These Complaints,They Told Me That They Cannot Open This Website But I Have Read All The Complaint On Phone In Mid Of The Call The Girl Disconnected The Phone And When I Called On That Number Noonw Is Picking Up The Call..Thank U Soo Much For The Reviews Of This Fraud Company…
Numbers Are:


People Please Don’t Entertain These Type Of Call And Read The Reviews First…I Got The Help From Below Review:

Dear Sir/Madam,
I Chandrashekar Would Like To Bring To Your Kind Notice About The Fraudelent Activities Of Indian Health Organisation And The Public Cheated By Iho .

I Got A Telephone Call From Iho On 24-01-2012 ,As I Was Busy In My Work I Told Them To Call Tomorrow,But They Kept On Calling Continuously And One Mr.Manish ( Caller ) Told That With Mr.Pranab Mukherjee’s Ministry And Indian Health Organisation Is A Government Run Company,As He ( Manish ) Told That Once You Take The Policy Or Card For Your Family Members – 5 Members,By Just Paying Rs.5500/-, You Will Get 5- Vouchers For Your Family ,You Can Avail Medical Benefits From Rs.3000/- Upto Rs.1 Lakh And If You Are Not Interested You Can Cancel The Same And The Total Amount Rs.5500/- Will Be Returned Back To Your Account.Manish Had Collected My Bank Debit Card Details And Within Seconds Rs.5500/- Was Debited,The Time Was Around 1750 Hrs.

After All This The Next Day When I Had Enquired About Indian Health Organisation And Its Policies From My Friends,I Was Shocked To Hear That There Is No Such Organisation, They Are Simply Duping People By Calling And Pestering Them To Take Vouchers , Cards ,Etc From Their Organisation.I Have Been Following With Infinite Number Of People Mostly I Have Been Interacting With One Nishant And Ashima And Praveen.From 28-01-2012 I Have Been Calling Them Saying To Cancel My Vouchers And Refund My Amount Of Rs.5500/-.On An Average I Am Following Up With Them For 4- 5 Times Daily But To No Avail.Today Too Nishanth Had Committed That I Will Arrange A Conference Call With Ashima On Monday I.E. 20-02-2012 And She Is The Person From Cancellation Department.Already I Had Spoken With Her,She Was Forcing Me To Accept Her Vouchers Worth Of Rs.2200/- And Only Partial Amount Of Rs.3300/- Will Be Reversed Into My Account,How I Can Agree When After Getting So Many Fraud Complaints Against The Organisation,They Had Even Sent A Parcel To My Address But I Have Not Accepted And Returned Back The Same As I Was Nmot At All Interested In Their Policy.

I Am Working In A Private Company And Earning A Very Meagre Salary And Have Got 2 – Dependants On Me,I Am The Only Bread Winner In My Family,At Least Considering The Fact That It’s My Hard Earned Money And I Cannot Waste On Such A Fraudulent Organisation For Their Benefit And I Request On Behalf Of All Who Have Been Cheated By This So Called Indian Health Organisation And Help Us All In Getting Back Our Money Back And Stop This Fraudulent Company From Continued Cheating Spree.

Their Address Is As Mentioned Below :
Indian Health Organisation
64, Okhla Phase 3
New Delhi – 110020

They Have Called Me From The Below Mentioned Numbers And Given Their Toll Free Number : 18001034466
1] Manish – P.No : – +911 409300194
2] +91114934500
3] +911 409580020
4] +911 149344600
5] +911 149345400

Kindly Do The Needful And Oblige In Getting Back My Amount Keeping In View My Financial Status,And Stop This Company In Duping More Such Innocent Customers

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If you've been reading my blog for a while, you probably know that I'm a dry shampoo junkie (oily hair and skin + sideswept bangs means I go through dry shampoos like water). I have reviewed many, many drugstore dry shampoos on this blog over the years, but this year my game has been slipping. There are so many new-for-2014 dry shampoos at the drugstore that I can barely keep up!

I will be reviewing both of the new-for-2014 Suave dry shampoos in the near future, and I'll probably review at least one of the three new Pantene dry shampoos soon as well. Today, I'm reviewing one of the three new Herbal Essences dry shampoos.  I haven't been able to find the Body Envy Dry Shampoo in my area yet and, unfortunately, I won't be reviewing the Color Me Happy Dry Shampoo because I strongly disliked the scent (sorry). So let's take a look at Naked, which is the third new dry shampoo formula from Herbal Essences:
 My greasy, disgusting bangs after two days without shampooing.
 Immediately after applying Herbal Essences Naked Dry Shampoo.
After working Herbal Essences Naked Dry Shampoo into my roots,
and then combing my bangs into place.

I found this dry shampoo at my local Target a while back and the first thing that drew me to this can was the sleek packaging. I don't know why, but I love the matte white finish on the bottle and I love the clean, simple graphics:

Most dry shampoos contain a key ingredient that absorbs oil. The most common oil-absorbing ingredients in drugstore dry shampoos seem to be rice starch (Batiste and got2b), aluminum starch octenylsuccinate (Dove, Suave, Psssst! and TRESemme) and tapioca starch (Herbal Essences and Pantene).

Personally, dry shampoos that contain rice starch tend to work the very best for my oily hair (which is probably why some of  my favorite dry shampoos of all-time are Batiste and got2b). I also have had good luck with products that use aluminum starch indoctrinate (I adore Suave Professionals Dry Shampoo). But I can't recall ever using a dry shampoo with tapioca starch before (I may have, but I just can't remember it since I've used so, so many dry shampoos over the years).

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RECENTLY, eight female friends in their 30's and 40's gathered for lunch at Coco Pazzo Teatro on West 46th Street. After two weeks of rain, the sun was shining, the women were in high spirits, and after one showed a picture of the man she is dating (an underwear model), talk turned to spring fever, love, sex -- and Viagra.
''I'd try it,'' one woman said, sipping a Kir royals.
''I'd try it, too,'' chimed in another, a pink flush creeping up her decolletage.
''After aryl nitrate in college, why not?'' burbled another.

The waiter lingered a little too long while clearing the salad plates, eager to eavesdrop, and the point was made. Everyone is awfully curious about what the male potency pill might do for women.
The scientific community is curious, too. Just as Viagra helps men with erectile dysfunction by increasing blood flow to the penis, it causes blood to flow to women's sexual organs, potentially increasing sensitivity.
But even before the results are in from studies of the drug's effect on women's sexual arousal and satisfaction, a number of women, inevitably, are stepping into the breach on their own to try it. They do not necessarily complain of sexual dysfunction, but simply want to satisfy their curiosity.
There are no figures available on how many women are experimenting with off-label use of Viagra, but call any urologist who has written Viagra prescriptions for men and you will hear of a wife, a partner or a girlfriend who has tried it.
This handful of women around the country have access to Viagra because their partners (or generous friends) have prescriptions, or their profession allows them access to prescription drugs. And they are willing to try it out, despite doctors' warnings that no one knows what the potential long-term side effects might be for women.
Take Dr. Susan C. Vaughan, 34, a psychiatrist in Manhattan. She considers herself a healthy, normal woman. Everything that should work, does.
But come to think of it, she said she wouldn't mind trying Viagra.
''I've come across a number of women who are curious about it,'' Dr. Vaughan said. ''Some of them are taking Prozac or similar drugs, and find that those medications are affecting their sexual response. And then there are lots of normal women who are, frankly, just curious. They're wondering: 'How good can this get? Can it get even better?' ''
A 42-year-old nurse in New Jersey, who like most women in this article refused to be quoted except on condition of anonymity, said she tried Viagra for the first time last weekend. She wanted to be able to discuss the drug's effects with patients; she also thought it might help with the fact that she is reluctant to have sex at certain times in her menstrual cycle.
''I only see my boyfriend every two weeks because we live in different states,'' she explained. ''And if I'm not in the mood on one of those weekends, well, then there goes the month. I've been with him for about two and a half years, and it's just not as exciting as it used to be.''

Last Saturday night, she swallowed a blue, diamond-shaped Viagra pill, which she sneaked from a cache in the office where she works. The dosage was 50 milligrams, the standard for male sexual dysfunction. She chose not to tell her partner. ''We were watching television, just a regular movie,'' she said, noting that after an hour she began to feel ''a fullness. I can't say it was a tingling, but it was some effect of the increased blood flow to the area.'' The couple retreated to the bedroom, and the pill began to work its alleged magic.

''I have to say it was great,'' the woman said. ''It was animistic. I can definitely say it was not a placebo effect. I'm a nurse, and I'm trained to recognize those things.'' Of the side effects reported by male users of Viagra -- a drop in blood pressure, a mild headache, a blue tint to the vision, a flushed face -- she reported only one: exceedingly rosy cheeks, which she explained to her boyfriend as springtime allergies. She has no hesitancy about trying the drug again, despite doctors' warnings that women of childbearing age should not take the drug. ''I've had children, and I was using birth control,'' she explained.
Dr. Jennifer Berman, a urologist at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, is conducting a study of the effects of Viagra on women who have some level of sexual dysfunction and is giving the drug only to those who have had hysterectomies or are postmenopausal.
''We're not giving it to women of childbearing potential because we're just not sure of the effects on women of childbearing age,'' she said.
Dr. Stanley Bloom, a urologist in Livingston, N.J., who plans to study the effects of Viagra on women, uses harsher warnings. ''There's a lot of curiosity and there's going to be more and more experimentation,'' he said. ''I see a lot of men, and invariably some of them are going to give it to their partners. But we should be cautious. Do you remember thalidomide? You can't be too blase with this stuff. No one could have foreseen the disastrous effects of that drug.''

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