Having a detail-oriented mindset and being intellectually curious enabled Krishen Iyer to succeed in his business career. Iyer, who graduated from San Diego State University with a public administration and urban development degree, is the brains behind Managed Benefits. He started Managed Benefits under the name Quick Link Marketing by relying on his expertise in digital marketing. He also channeled his knowledge and experience in client relations and technical development to start the company.
Quick Link Marketing began by offering highly-effective marketing solutions to businesses and individuals. While it operates as Managed Benefits, the company continues to connect its customers with results-driven companies that can meet their unique marketing needs. Krishen Iyer believes that his ability to consistently refine his communication skills helped him enable Managed Benefits to become profitable as shown in the link here.
Iyer started Quick Link Marketing after realizing that hundreds of companies experienced problems when finding specialized marketing solutions. As CEO, he oversees the marketing, technical development, and client interfacing projects for Managed Benefits. Iyer is a firm believer that communication is crucial in the conceptualization of ideas. He’s also certain that the best ideas are as a result of strong communication efforts and different perspectives.
Other Ventures by Krishen Iyer
Iyer is also the brains behind NMP Insurance (an insurance marketing and brokerage provider) serving law firms, individuals and medical practitioners. NMP Insurance operates as litigation support that facilitates medical analysis, document conversion and record retrieval for law firms. Under Krishen Iyer’s leadership, the company recorded a 3-year growth of 236 percent with a valuation of over $5 million. NMP began its operations back in 2010 and had its headquarters in Fresno, California.
Iyer dedicates his free time to the community’s cleanup efforts. He also offers financial, and resources support to non-profit organizations in times of global humanitarian crises. He recently donated to the Haiti relief efforts.