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Dr. Soum Rakshit

CEO and Co-Founder at MysteryVibe

Dr. Soum Rakshit is the Co-Founder & CEO of award-winning sexual health company, MysteryVibe. Their mission is to make sexual health accessible to all – across all ages, genders & orientations.

In his role as CEO of MysteryVibe, he focuses on pushing the boundaries on R&D, customer experience and supporting their long-term goal of making sexual health an integral part of our overall health. Soumyadip passionately believes that by empowering people with actionable knowledge & purposeful innovation is the way to make this happen.

Soumyadip built and sold his first startup in defence electronics by age 26, and has won 20+ International design awards for his product designs. His reach is over 20K, and he would be happy to let his network know to listen in!

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Soumyadip Rakshit

CEO and Co-Founder at MysteryVibe

Dr. Soum Rakshit is the Co-Founder & CEO of award-winning sexual health company, MysteryVibe. Their mission is to make sexual health accessible to all – across all ages, genders & orientations.

In his role as CEO of MysteryVibe, he focuses on pushing the boundaries on R&D, customer experience and supporting their long-term goal of making sexual health an integral part of our overall health. Soumyadip passionately believes that by empowering people with actionable knowledge & purposeful innovation is the way to make this happen.

Soumyadip built and sold his first startup in defence electronics by age 26, and has won 20+ International design awards for his product designs. His reach is over 20K, and he would be happy to let his network know to listen in!

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BOOK NOW FOR your podcast

Dr. Soum Rakshit

CEO and Co-Founder at MysteryVibe

Dr. Soum Rakshit is the Co-Founder & CEO of award-winning sexual health company, MysteryVibe. Their mission is to make sexual health accessible to all – across all ages, genders & orientations.

In his role as CEO of MysteryVibe, he focuses on pushing the boundaries on R&D, customer experience and supporting their long-term goal of making sexual health an integral part of our overall health. Soumyadip passionately believes that by empowering people with actionable knowledge & purposeful innovation is the way to make this happen.

Soumyadip built and sold his first startup in defence electronics by age 26, and has won 20+ International design awards for his product designs. His reach is over 20K, and he would be happy to let his network know to listen in!

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“Sex is becoming less taboo and more accepted, inclusive, and accessible.

When you feel comfortable talking about sex and exploring your sexuality, you can tap into more pleasure and improve your sexual health.

Psych Central consulted seven sex educators and experts to learn about the latest trends and innovations. Here are the top 10 sexual wellness trends to look out for in 2022 and beyond.”

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“Each and every body is different. We are all built differently and experience pleasure differently, that’s why Crescendo by MysteryVibe, the world’s first award-winning bendable Bluetooth vibrator, adapts specifically to your unique body shape, design, and anatomy for a pleasure experience that is as unique as you are. 

This doctor and sexpert endorsed vibrator is unlike any other, with customisable vibration patterns and the ability to bend into multiple shapes – adding lots of variety to spice up your sex life.”

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“MysteryVibe was founded by Stephanie Alys, a sex-tech entrepreneur, and Soumyadip Rakshit, an entrepreneur and CEO of the sexual wellness startup, with the goal of empowering people to enjoy their bodies, especially after experiences like severe illness, childbirth and menopause. MysteryVibe aims to combine research and engineering to create sex toys that the company claims may be able to address health concerns like painful intercourse.”

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“Genito-pelvic pain/penetration disorder (GPPPD) causes painful sex, emotional distress, depression, as well as feelings of inadequacy and sexual frustration, which may gradually trigger problems with other domains of sexual functioning in the majority of diagnosed women. One in ten women suffers from GPPPD according to recent studies of prevalence with a wide range of psychosocial consequences. Treatment options in health care are limited. The majority of women with GPPPD do not receive appropriate treatment.”

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“For many years, men have been discriminated against by the sex-toy market. Producers competed to offer orgasm-inducing vibrators for ladies, forgetting about male consumers.

While sex toys designed for men are not new, the options have been limited and sometimes cumbersome.

Luckily, times they are a-changing! A new generation of vibrators for men can help reduce symptoms of erectile dysfunction and enhance pleasure for both partners.”

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“Though limited in number, the studies induced favorable changes in blood flow and muscle tone of genital tissues, improved multiple aspects of sexual arousal and satisfaction, increased orgasmic response, and decreased sexual distress. In women with pelvic floor dysfunction, use of vibrators was associated with decreased urine leakage and urinary symptoms and significantly improved pelvic muscle strength. Other studies showed that vibrators decreased pain and improved sexual enjoyment in women with vulvodynia.”

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“Vibrators may be beneficial for women’s health, according to a study which poses the question of whether it is time for physicians to start prescribing the devices as treatments.

The stigma associated with the use of vibrators and other sex toys is beginning to fade, although for many people they still remain taboo.

But research has revealed that their use could provide a variety of potential health benefits.”

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Timeline

May 2014 - Present

MysteryVibe

CEO & Co-Founder

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May 2014 - Present

Jan 2013 - Dec 2014

HSBC

Management Consultant

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Jan 2013 - Dec 2014

Nov 2011 - Jan 2013

IGS, Groupo Santander

Management Consultant

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Nov 2011 - Jan 2013

Sep 2008 - Nov 2011

Deloitte Consulting

Management Consultant

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Sep 2008 - Nov 2011

Oct 2004 - Aug 2008

Smart Sensors Ltc.

Research Engineer

Oct 2004 - Aug 2008

2004 - 2007

University of Bath

PhD in Biometrics

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2004 - 2007

Ask me

How to build medical devices / wearables / connected devices / hardware / manufacturing?
How does biomedical engineering work? How do engineers and doctor work together to create medical devices?
Why do doctors recommend vibrators for all the big sexual health issues? What is the science and medical evidence behind it?
How do medical studies work? How long does it take? How do you get them published in journals? What impact does that have?
How to work through compliance and regulatory requirements for FDA?
How can vibrators help with sexual health issues like pelvic floor pain, vulva pain, painful sex, vaginal dryness and erectile dysfunction?
How can wearable devices alleviate pain, improve sexual function and improve pleasure?

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