Timothy Armoo

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Timothy started Fanbytes at twenty-one and built it to a seventy-five-person business helping brands like Nike, Deliveroo, Samsung, and the UK Government engage with Gen Z through influencer marketing.


Timothy Armoo is the founder of Fanbytes, a company he started at twenty-one helping brands like Nike, Samsung, and Deliveroo engage with Gen Z through influencers. In five years, he grew the company to an award-winning team of seventy five people leading campaigns like the Government’s messaging on covid. Fanbytes was acquired by global digital media agency Brainlabs in an eight-figure deal and now powers the global influencer marketing offering to clients like Formula E & Selfridges.

His expertise in brand building and social media has seen him win many accolades including being Forbes 30 Under 30 cover star, social media person of the year by The Drum and most influential people in media by Evening Standard.

He is a noted global speaker on topics around gen z marketing and social media speaking on stages in Dubai, Beijing, and New York. His keynotes help corporations understand how to future-proof themselves with Gen Z and Gen Alpha.

As one of few visible black leaders in the marketing and tech space, Timothy is seen as a figurehead for diverse leaders in the advertising and technology industry. He has been vocal about black entrepreneurship by building the £250k Fanbytes Fund, which funds influencer campaigns for black owned companies, and has resulted in over ten companies going on to raise venture capital rounds.

The Brainlabs acquisition makes this Timothy's second exit with his first being EntrepreneurXpress, a company he sold at seventeen.


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