Baruch student launches e-commerce CBD provider

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Dimitrios Mano, 21, is the founder of Bloom Express, a CBD provider that uses an online platform to provide a quick service that will accommodate customers’ needs while also showcasing the most up-to-date cannabis research from various research centers across the country.

Bloom was launched in April of 2019 by Mano and his co-founder Saad Subzwari.

“When first had the idea of starting Bloom, he offered to be a part of it from the start and has been supporting and guiding me throughout the journey of this venture,” Mano said.

They met freshman year at Baruch and became friends because they shared similar interests in business and law.

“With the increasing growth and development of the cannabis industry, we both became interested and began following the cannabis market, specifically the CBD market in the east coast. Seeing how the current cannabis companies are primarily focused on the west coast and are disconnected from the East Coast consumers, we founded Bloom Express.” Mano said.

Mano and Subzwari’s mission is to make CBD delivery simple while also giving education to help decrease the stigma associated with cannabis.

Mano stated that he had two goals in mind when it came to addressing the stigma around CBD products.
First, keeping his clients informed about new studies regarding cannabinoids, using the app to highlight all of the most recent research, the effects that different strains can have on a user and other patient-related news.

His second goal is an online media campaign centered on garnering interest within the CBD community.

Part of this campaign would include planning social events and discussions led by industry experts and the most knowledgeable researchers, in order to assist the CBD community in removing the stigma associated with something that he believes benefits many people.

By doing so, he will keep members engaged in the app while also attracting new ones.

“We offer a wide variety of products and services, from pre-curated boxes, to build-your-own boxes, customers are also free to buy individual products at lower than retail costs.. Along with

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