Our guest today is the Chief Operating Officer of EasyHealth, Aaron Schiff.
EasyHealth is a company redesigning Medicare by connecting insurance distribution and care. The company has a simple purpose: to help enroll and follow up with people eligible for Medicare to improve health outcomes. They currently have raised $135 million in equity and debt, co-led from Anthemis Group and QED Investors and included Victory Park Capital, Nationwide Ventures, Healthy Ventures, Brewer Lane, and Operator Partners.
Prior, Aaron founded Matic and served as the Chief Executive Officer from 2014-2018. Matic is a tech enabled insurance agency which simplifies purchasing homeowners’ insurance, allowing lenders to close loans faster and reduce origination costs. During his time, he was recognized as a HousingWire Rising Stars and currently resides as a board member.
Aaron is a Southern California native, growing up in Los Angeles and graduating from the University Santa Barbara. He lives in Venice, California with his 3-year-old German Shepherd, Maxwell, who he adopted from the local shelter and is the true head of household.
In This Conversation We Discuss:
- What COOs must do to adapt as a CEO
- How Aaron took the company from 10 employees to over 300 in 18 months
- How crafting your unique story attract the right investors
- Handling rapid growth of your company
Connect with Aaron Schiff: LinkedIn
EasyHealth – https://www.joineasyhealth.com
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