Paul Parmar – An Innovative and Successful Businessman from New York

There are many factors that affect the cost of healthcare such as government regulations, increasing costs of training/education, expensive medical equipments etc. All these factors are making healthcare expensive to both the payers and providers. Therefore, to keep a check on the increasing costs and make the functioning of your organization smooth, Pegasus Blue Star takes a lead step. It is a private investment firm that helps fortune companies all over the world to re-define business strategies and process automation solutions.

Paul Parmar is a thought leader and spends most of his time and attention on developing business strategies and process automation solutions for the leading companies all over the world. He through his own efforts and hard work grew into the market leader. He is now the CEO of $3.3 Billion Company which has over 700 employees in seven countries and global client list of 500. He is also a vibrant financer in Insignia Investment Management Group, Insignia Wealth Management Group, Funky Buddha Media, Illusions, Inc., JetNetwork and JetFirst, Air Support, LLC and TADS, and International Imaging Network. He is also a director at Beyond Luxury Watch Boutique Pvt. Ltd., Physicians Practice Management, and MDTablet, LLC. Follow Paul Parmar on Facebook to know more about his social and investment activities.

Paul Parmar is a prime example of self made super riches of the United States. Paul Parmar’s mega mansion in New Jersey is a proof that he is living a life that most of us could not even dream of.

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