Who is
Armen Mardirousi,
the fractional CMO?


It’s not easy writing about myself. I’m working on it. I’ll occasionally come back and update the words below…

My name is Armen Mardirousi. I’m a lifelong entrepreneur. As a young child in grade school, I’d pick the fruit that grew in our yard and sell it to passers-by in front our house. Later, when we moved into an apartment building, I’d setup a makeshift movie theater in a neighbor’s unit and invite the other children to pay me a quarter to come watch the movie I’d picked. This continued throughout summer break. I then started collecting and selling sports cards around the time of my twelfth birthday. I’ve since started several companies and continue to own several and actively run a few.

I built most of my knowledge the old-fashioned way, street smarts. I started my main company, Neolynx in 1999, shortly after my 21st birthday. I run this company still to this day. After building Neolynx to a successful, self-sustained enterprise, I went back to school and earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an option in marketing management from the California State University, Los Angeles and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Woodbury University where my studies primarily focused on marketing and leadership.

Those who know me will attest to the fact that I am up for a challenge and have developed a knack for creative problem solving. I see solutions and opportunities where many see problems and frustration. I like to strategize, plan, and execute. I enjoy identifying and exploiting opportunities while many in the sector rely on the way things have always been done.

But enough about myself. Let’s connect and you can get to know me yourself.