CEO and Founder @ Sociallybuzz
Andre Kay is the CEO and Founder of Sociallybuzz. Sociallybuzz is a software-with-a-great-service (SWAGS) social media reputation, management and campaign company. They provide managed services and technology automation to help businesses grow using social media and data. Sociallybuzz was launched in 2009, and in 2014, with the development of the Sociallybuzz App, they combined the perfect synergy of high-touch, people-powered social media management services and technology to provide a complete end-to-end (E2E) solution to a targeted problem that small businesses are having.
• He bootstrapped Sociallybuzz from a small social media “do it for you” company to a nationally recognized social media agency and software company.
• He grew the company from $0 to over $2 million in sales with no outside investments.
• Graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program
• 2015 Black Enterprise Techpreneur of the Year Finalist
• One of the top ten black tech innovators blazing a trail in South Florida by the Miami Herald
• Received the African-American Achievers certificate of nominations for 3 consecutive years from JM Lexus/JM Family Enterprises.
• Nominated and selected as a South Florida 2012 Mover & Shaker Honoree by Business Leader Magazine
• Social media speaker for franchise, restaurant and Night life events and expos.
• Social media writer for the Huffington Post, Social Media Week and Smartbrief
• His philanthropic efforts extend to giving back to families in need, donating his time teaching children the fundamentals of soccer as a coach and sponsoring a number of industry related events in the marketplace.
• He recently integrated Philanthropy into the Sociallybuzz culture with the launch of the Sociallybuzz giveback program.
• He lead Sociallybuzz in officially joining the Pledge 1% movement with a commitment to pledge 1% of Time, Talents and Treasures to charitable causes in our community and our world.
• He was the pioneer of introducing texting technology to the U.S Congress as a way to communicate with their constituents