Timothy Armoo is the CEO and founder of Fanbytes – one of the world’s leading Influencer marketing agencies, which helps the globe’s most innovative brands win Gen Z hearts on social media, through its network of influencers on Tiktok, Snapchat, Instagram and YouTube.
Fanbytes works with a diverse group of brands including Apple, McDonald’s, Deliveroo, Boohoo and the UK Government. Whether it’s making gaming brands the most popular brands on Snapchat or making an artist go viral on Tiktok and YouTube, its blockbuster campaigns have been featured in Forbes, the Evening Standard, and the BBC as leading the new age of youth marketing.
Having sold his first company at the age of 17, Armoo’s rise in the business world has been phenomenal. He created Fanbytes during his second year at Warwick University and in just a few years, the company has won multiple awards and the following accolades for Timothy Armoo:
“Most Influential Person in Marketing and Advertising” – Evening Standard.
“Leading the new school of marketing” – Forbes Magazine.
“Creating the WPP of Gen Z” – Huffington Post.
Armoo is frequebtly asked to sharehis insights on Business, Marketing, Social Media, Digital Disruption, Start-ups and Diversity. With tens of thousands of followers on LinkedIn, Timothy Armoo is definitely redefining the way the world sees Gen Z.
Timo has also used his influence for good, building the Fanbytes fund which invests and funds influencer campaigns for black businesses, aiming to erode the cycle of a lack of support and funding for black-owned businesses.
"Most Influential Person in Marketing and Advertising" - Evening Standard.
"Leading the new school of marketing" - Forbes Magazine.
"Creating the WPP of Gen Z" - Huffington Post.
FanBytes have continuously helped us drive real ROI and installs for Deezer.
When compared to the results we got from the platforms themselves, they outperformed by 3:1.
Bianca Spada, Global Head of Social Media, Deezer
Partnering with FanBytes has given us expert, authentic knowledge and insight as well as opening up engaged and relevant audiences we would not have had access to otherwise.
Karen Smith, Head of Marketing ACCA