Entrepreneur, Marketing Guru,
Journalist, and Motivational Speaker
Brandon C. Armant is a marketing guru, a skilled journalist, and a motivational speaker. For the last ten years, Brandon has served as the President and CEO of BAMM | A Communications Company that boasts an extensive portfolio of creative marketing campaigns, as well as broadcast and digital media productions through its subsidiary, BAMM Network, a digital platform that elevates Black & Brown voices with content for Millennials and Generation Z.
Brandon has also served as a community News Columnist for The Times-Picayune, Louisiana's leading source for print and online news and information; and he has interviewed the likes of
A & B-list celebrities and leaders like Master P.,
Eric Bennet, Romeo Miller, Maliq Johnson, and the Rev. Jesse Jackson.
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"I contacted Brandon to give a webinar presentation on marketing trends for small businesses. It was our center's first advanced marketing webinar for small business owners and Brandon set the standard!
The attendees received valuable information that they could use to improve their business' marketing initiatives. Brandon is engaging, compelling, and insightful. I look forward to our continued work together."
Urban League of Louisiana
"I booked Brandon to speak with my students about journalism and marketing. He was awesome! He was able to relate to the kids on their level, while motivating them to think on another level. He was open and candid with the students which made them comfortable enough to open up and ask him questions.
The students really learned a lot from Brandon that day. I'm so glad he came!"
Belle Chasse High School
"Not long after I was appointed Executive Director, I'd received media inquiries from reporters about an issue that didn't concern my agency, but could've inadvertently implicated it in a controversial story.
I called Brandon and he immediately took care of the situation. Because of his swift and strategic actions, the agency's brand wasn't subject to delusive beliefs."
Finance New Orleans