Leaders with Ashland University recently scheduled the 14th annual Ford Distinguished Business Lecture and Luncheon event for Sept. 29 at noon in the Myers Convocation Center.
The featured speaker will be Jeremy Bloom, the chief executive officer for the marketing technology company called Integrate and the founder of Wish of a Lifetime. Bloom is a successful professional and former athlete; he is a member of the U.S. Skiing Hall of Fame, a two-time Olympian, an eleven-time World Cup gold medalist, and a three-time World Champion. He won six World Cup events in 2005, setting new records for the most records in one season since the sport began.
Additionally, Bloom played football at the University of Colorado. He was also a wide receiver as well as return specialist in the NFL, playing with the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Philadelphia Eagles.
He earned a degree in real estate and finance as part of the business entrepreneurship program with Wharton Business School. Seven years ago, Bloom started MDinfo.com, which is a health portal that establishes a dialogue between average people and health experts around the world. He also became a co-founder of Integrate, the first advertising technology supplier that allows media buyers to launch, plan, optimize, and analyze their marketing campaigns.
Anyone interested in attending the luncheon and lecture should contact Khushwant Pittenger, a professor of business administration, to make reservations or learn more about the event. The deadline for reservations is Sept.1.
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