Jeremy Bloom Named Denver Business Journal’s Most Admired CEO

Integrate, a leading B2B marketing SaaS platform, announced that CEO, Jeremy Bloom, is a recipient of the Denver Business Journal’s Most Admired CEO award. This awards program recognizes distinguished top executives for their leadership, contributions to company success, civic engagement, and career achievements.

“I’m honored to be recognized by the Denver Business Journal as one of its most admired CEOs,” said Jeremy Bloom, co-founder and CEO of Integrate. “This award serves as a testament to the efforts of the entire Integrate team, underscoring our commitment to innovation, customer-centricity, and creating a lasting impact.”

Bloom co-founded Integrate in 2010 after retiring from a dual professional skiing and football career. While playing with the NFL in Philadelphia for the Eagles, he completed a business entrepreneurship program at Wharton Business School where he studied real estate and finance.‥From there, he took on a role as a B2B marketer where he saw first-hand the opportunity to make B2B marketing easier and more scalable through technology, leading to the founding of Integrate.

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Today, Integrate has offices in BoulderChennaiLondonPhoenix, and remote employees spanning the globe, and serves global enterprise customers worldwide. The company offers a B2B marketing SaaS platform as well as a newly launched integrated B2B marketing Media arm, Pipeline360.

In addition to Integrate, Bloom founded Wish of a Lifetime, which grants life-changing wishes to senior citizens and is now one of AARP’s charitable affiliates. Today, Bloom continues to serve as a Chairman of the Board of Directors of Wish of a Lifetime. He also serves on the board of the US Ski & Snowboard as the Vice President of the Steering Committee, the LA 2024/2028 Olympic Exploratory Committee, and has also served as a board member for the Rose Community Foundation in Denver.

Jeremy Bloom is the only athlete in history to ski in the Olympics and get drafted into the NFL. He is a three-time World Champion, two-time Olympian, eleven-time World Cup gold medalist and the youngest member ever inducted into The United States Skiing Hall of Fame.‥‥

He was also an All-American football player at the University of Colorado and played professional football as a wide receiver and return specialist in the National Football League for the Philadelphia Eagles and the Pittsburgh Steelers.


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