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Dallas-based Start-Up Bloom Health Partners, born in the midst of the pandemic

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Posted: September 25, 2021 at 3:47 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Cole Lysaught and Abbas Khan, Managing Partners and Co-Founders at Bloom Health Partners joins Enterprise Radio. They are here to discuss their plans to help schools, businesses, and entertainment productions operate in what we now know as “the new normal.”

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Cole Lysaught & Abbas Khan discuss the following:

  1. What exactly is Bloom Health Partners? What kind of service do you provide? Who are your primary clients?
  2. Bloom launched about a year and a half ago in the heart of the pandemic. Can you tell us a little bit about creating a pop-up covid testing site in a parking lot and what happened to lead up to that moment?
  3. What happened next? How did Bloom go from a parking lot to working with Fortune 500 companies, TV and Movie Studios and schools?
  4. What is your vision for the Bloom service platform? Can you describe your business model? What makes Bloom different from your competitors?
  5. This past year and a half has put a lot of stress on our healthcare system and in the process shown parts that were broken. Let’s talk a little bit about what you saw and the disruption that Bloom looked to create within the industry? How are you transforming health care support and making companies more dynamic? How does this make a difference for your clients?
  6. Education and misinformation have been tremendous challenges for everyone during covid. Tell us a little about your Board of Directors and your Advisory board. Who you have involved and why? These boards are critical to your client support model. Can you explain?
  7. What do you think are the biggest challenges that companies and industries face now in this phase of the pandemic? And how are you helping them navigate these challenges?
  8. Bloom was recently acquired by Maitri Health Technologies. What does this mean for Bloom and Maitri? What is next from here?

Cole Lysaught is Managing Partner and Co-Founder at Bloom Health Partners. An entrepreneur at heart, Cole brings with him a strong background in financial and operational leadership. He has an extensive track record with investing and scaling new and existing portfolio companies, investment management, building teams and guiding operations.

Prior to working at Bloom, Cole was a Partner at Ahkeo Ventures, an early-stage Venture Capital Firm. Since 2011, he has facilitated over $1 billion USD in transactions across a wide range of industries, including: energy, banking, hospitality and tourism. Cole continues to build value as a leader and investor at CPL investments, an investment management firm where he also currently serves as Managing Partner.

Cole serves as a US Delegate to the G 20 Entrepreneurial Summits in Toronto and Mexico City, and he serves on the Dallas Alumni Board of Directors at Texas Christian University. Previously, he spent six years as a Host Committee Member for the Great Investors’ Best Ideas Foundation (GIBI, a nonprofit organization that benefits The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research and the Vickery Meadow Youth Development Foundation. He graduated cum laude from Texas Christian University with a BBA in Finance and Entrepreneurial Management.

Abbas Khan is Managing Partner and Co-Founder at Bloom Health Partners. A true collaborator with a knack for building teams and implementing creative solutions, Abbas embodies Bloom Health Partner’s mission to ensure “unstoppable is possible.” His entrepreneurial spirit and strategic thinking have been instrumental in forming key partnerships to grow Bloom’s client base in the U.S. and expand its best-in-class clinical operations to other countries. 

Prior to working with Bloom, Abbas served as Business Development and Marketing Manager for Life Biosciences and Commercialization Director for the cutting-edge health tech company CloudMex, where he led the rebrand of their communication strategy and managed their partnership and product development with Anthem Health. His background also includes strategic marketing roles at Sterling-Rice Group and PepsiCo. Abbas is currently pursuing his MBA in Healthcare at the Yale School of Management. 

Outside of work, Abbas enjoys time with his family and supporting charitable causes with his wife and through their family’s foundation, which was founded by his philanthropist mother and father. The Khan Family Foundation actively focuses its charitable giving on underserved youth, education initiatives and women’s empowerment. 

Website: bloomhealthpartners.com

Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/bloom-health-partners


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