Krishen Iyer, an Expert in Various Businesses

It is enlightening to interview Krishen Iyer, the CEO and founder of Managed Benefits Services. Operating out of Carlsbad, California, his advice and influence are appreciated well beyond Carlsbad, and his strategy is welcome in the campaigns of his clients. Krishen Iyer and his marketing company specialize in providing consulting opportunities and lead and traffic generation services for dental and health insurance companies and agents.

Krishen Iyer has expanded his businesses over the years with also having owned Iyer Health Shield and Iyer Real Estate. In the latter and as a real estate developer, he wrote from his office in Carlsbad of the fact that California needs 1.8 million homes to be built by 2025 to meet the demand of its population that is expected to grow by 3.4 million by that time. New residents have been arriving at an approximate 300,000 annually in recent years, and there has been a continuing demand for housing.The state’s Department of Housing and Community Development in its report entitled “California’s Housing Future: Challenges and Opportunities,” it is stated that the state is facing a housing crisis because it is not building enough homes to meet that demand.

Krishen Iyer’s Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration and Urban Development was earned at San Diego State University. Relief work in Haiti, helping in the clean-up of local communities, and sponsorship of an overseas child demonstrate some of his contributions to society’s welfare. Click here to see Krishen Iyer’s professional skills.

An avid fitness enthusiast, the businessman works out a minimum of five times a week. He enjoys a weekly golf game, plays recreational soccer, and follows Manchester United, his favorite soccer team. In his maintenance of a largely vegetarian diet and being passionate about traveling, he enjoys experiencing the cuisines of places such as Costa Rica and India when he can free up enough time to visit them. Costa Rica is known for its numerous combinations of chicken, rice, and beans, and its fare includes a number of vegetarian-friendly options.

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