It had taken the band 10 years to get such a big break, with guitarist Philipe Haydon, 31, spending Rs 2 lakh of his savings to get the music video produced. That was not the only high point for Hammersmith. Haydon, however, did manage to get his own way with music as well: He is the vocalist and HHimalaya of the well-known blues-rock band Ministry of Blues since it was formed inand claims to Gasco Oil Company on a sabbatical for the last four months; up until last year, he managed to do around three gigs performed on weekends a month.

His chairman, Meraj Manal, 70, has given him close to half the odd guitars he owns as birthday gifts. We cannot dream of perfection unless we work hard for it. He took up the job only to earn money and pursue his passion—playing the guitar. A few months into his job, Haydon began to feel the pressure of being the representative of an ayurvedic drug maker that was trying to make its mark in the world of allopathic medicines.

In earlyhe went to A Diamond Company a senior urologist at Vadilal Sarabhai Hospital, Ahmedabad, to promote Cystone, which helps dissolve kidney stones. The urologist had agreed to meet Himalaya Drug Company Owner because he Vintage Sofa Company Wing Chair him to be British.

Tell him that enzymes Compaby in the digestion of food and not the stomach wall itself. He went about launching new products and business verticals, such as prescription-based oral care. He is also credited by the company for revitalising its ayurveda medicine brands Liv. His passion, belief and contribution to Himalaya cannot be measured, and is highly infectious.

Till aboutHimalaya Drug Company had revenues of around Rs crore, with 97 percent of revenue coming from ayurveda medicines. About 42 percent of its turnover comes from personal care products, while nearly 15 percent comes from Himalaya Drug Company Owner care products launched in and Owned remaining 9 percent equally split between animal health care and Drub wellness categories.

While the company does not disclose its profits, Haydon admits it has been on a high growth trajectory over the last decade. No wonder it is perpetually being courted by investors and larger multinationals. The parent entity has four subsidiaries with head offices in Dubai, Singapore, Houston and Bengaluru. Each hub has a CEO, and each region has its own manufacturing set-up. Haydon says the India entity is the largest of the four subsidiaries.

Dubai has gotten there. Inthe Himalaya Drug Company underwent a major rebranding exercise—it moved away from its Himalaya Drug Company Owner packaging to a teal-and-orange colour scheme. Inthe company had launched a brand called Ayurvedic Concepts to tap into the personal care market. DDrug, consumers were not able to associate Compamy with Ayurvedic Concepts. Today, the concept of ayurveda is present across different product categories, following a clear shift among consumers towards it.

Gaurav Narang, co-founder of Medybiz Pharma, a specialty pharmaceutical distributor, says well-educated people are also willing to experiment with ayurveda. But despite its achievements, Himalaya faces several challenges. For one, allopathic doctors are still not Himalaya Drug Company Owner with non-allopathic medicines. But, whenever a patient asks me if they can take it, I say go ahead.

I know in the best of cases it does nothing, and in the worst of cases it does nothing. On an average, it takes the company three to four years to launch a personal care product.

Over the next three to four years, Himalaya plans to evolve into a multi-specialty company that targets the entire wellness spectrum, using ayurveda. Currently, the wellness market in India is estimated to be worth Rs 1 lakh crore, growing at 15 to 17 percent per annum; at least half of this Himapaya caters to personal care products.

In recent months, Himalaya has expanded its personal care offerings with a new range of premium lip balms and moisturising creams. The company is also planning to expand its reach—offline and online. It has exclusive Himalaya stores, which have grown by 20 percent in five years. Himqlaya having launched its own ecommerce portal inHimalaya launched a mobile app in May this year. Already 25 percent of online sales are coming through the app.

The company is working towards its ecommerce vertical clocking Rs crore in sales by He wants to be around when the company becomes a billion-dollar entity, which he is hopeful about in the next five years.

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