Chairman, Grants, Funding & Programming Committee

Executive Committee, Legislative Committee, Marketing & PR Committee, Board Elected Officer

Chief Executive Officer – Revv Enterprises & Brands

Andrew Martinez is the Chief Executive Officer of Revv Enterprises & Brands, the largest Hispanic Owned Business Acquisition and Venture Capital Firm in the Midwest. With multiple brands under their name such as; AY/Q Magazine, Canal Hispano TV, The Lux Group, Bondfire Grill & Food Trucks, OHNow! Marketing & Media, Revv Development Group,  Revv Homes,  they reach industries such as commercial and residential real estate development, broadcasting & communication, entertainment, hospitality, restaurants, and two non profit organizations. They currently manage a fund of $45 M dollars and invest annually $5 M in community revitalization projects, youngtreprenuer programs, and helping victims of domestic violence as well as children of divorce through The People’s Network and The Galvan Foundation and their CSR Funds.

Andrew originally from Los Angeles moved with his family to Ohio, living in Ashtabula, Boardman, Cleveland and eventually settling in Columbus. He is a very active member in the Hispanic & General Community, with a passion for marketing & politics. He founded the non profit organization The People’s Network Inc. which focuses on promoting and jumpstarting an individuals careers by partnering them with the necessary resources, mentors, and tools to be successful in 2014 which has grown nationwide operating in 8 states, sits on the board for The Galvan foundation which focuses on empowering women who have been victims of mental or physical domestic abuse, and raising awareness to the effects of divorce on children while creating a network of support for them. 

Andrew works alongside various corporations such as Apple, IBM and Microsoft amongst other lobbyists to aid with the advancement of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), Progressive Tax Reform, and Education Advancement. He currently sits as the youngest board member to ever sit on the board of directors for the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and also the youngest officer of the board appointed to the Executive Committee. He sits as co-chair for the Legislative Committee aiding in lobbying and engaging with the statehouse against & for legislation that could empower or damage the hispanic community, as well as the Marketing & PR co-chair to help the advancement of the chambers marketing efforts and public communication, and also works to raise funds as a principal corporate fundraiser with his team of grant writers to help fund the chambers efforts.

Andrew Martinez
Grants, Funding & Programming Committee – Chair
Hispanic Chamber of Columbus Board Elected Officer 

(614) 900-0918
andrew@hccolumbus.com

 

Board Member Andrew Martinez Community Engagements & News

Jane Palmer, a professor for Denison University had reached out to the Columbus Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to request one of it's members or board of directors to come speak to the budding class before they let out for Thanksgiving Break. 

During the roundtable discussion Andrew address business topics such as merchant and consumer research, marketing strategies, how to excel while being young and his personal story of how he started out as an entrepreneur.

CEO of Revv Enterprises & Brands at Denison University, meeting with 3 of the 95 students in it's newly established Global Commerce Major.

Jane Palmer, a professor for Denison University had reached out to the Columbus Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to request one of it’s members or board of directors to come speak to the budding class before they let out for Thanksgiving Break. During the roundtable discussion Andrew address business topics such as merchant and consumer research, marketing strategies, how to excel while being young and his personal story of how he started out as an entrepreneur.

Dreamers Boost our Economy

“I believe we have the makings for not only the most powerful country in the world, but the most open and welcoming country as well. That is what will make us greater than we are today. I officially joined the list of 85 corporations such as Apple, IBM & Microsoft who support their dreamer workforce, they are crucial to our success as a company and vital to our economy” said Andrew Martinez at a press conference with the US Chamber of Commerce