About Us

Boom Enterprise Network

We make it easy to live stream engaging virtual events, reach your remote workforce, and launch a subscription channel.

Before the pandemic, If you wanted to distribute and monetize videos online, you had to stitch multiple software solutions together and hope for the best. This was not only cumbersome, but also time consuming and very expensive. We decided to fix this by building an all-in-one platform.

B.E.N is a robust video monetization and distribution platform helping creators, brands, and businesses own their content, monetize videos, and make money doing what they love.​

Meet The Visionary...

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Ontavius J. McCullough

Founder, Visionary and Philanthropist


With over 14 years of sports development and operational experience, Ontavius' exceptional vision and innovation has propelled BOOM within the Greater Orlando community.


Creating the “Boom Experience” intentionally creates an environment that advances the quality of life for all people by


-  encouraging community programs that inspire youth and families, and

-  promoting health, wellness, and education worldwide.


Ontavius has a vision not only to “Boom” our local neighborhoods and communities, but our region and state.


In Ontavius’ entrepreneurial pursuits, he has capitalized on unique opportunities. “Learning is half the fun of doing and keeps your mind sharp and your skills fresh.” Now, Ontavius shares his passion by helping others. Boom's ramp up experience is designed to empower your community, business, or group.


How Can Boom Assist You?


Business mentors are key!

  1. Focus on passionate people. The secret to networking isn't to attend a networking event and pass out as many business cards as you can.

  2. Create win/win situations.

  3. Acquire skills to make you well rounded.

  4. Give before you receive.

  5. Do your homework. Knowing your business industry is attractive.

  6. Become a connector.

  7. Remember to reconnect. After clicking with a powerful new connection, too many people drop the ball.