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Creative Culture Media now at Beaver Street Enterprise Center

tunji fadioraTunji Fadiora, the 24-year old CEO and President of Creative Culture Media, is already a seasoned entrepreneur with several years of practical, hands-on experience to his credit. As a student at Florida A & M University in Tallahassee, Fadiora developed a thriving business in creative event production, branding and media development. “I am one of the millennial generation, and as such, I’ve grown up with technology,” says Fadiora. “By working directly with colleges, universities, local businesses and city officials to help them understand how the newest means of communication relates to the students, I was able to run a profitable company.”

By collaborating to produce the successful State of the Student Summit in the years 2010 through 2012, Fadiora found his niche in creating funds through event production and marketing services. Having had the experience of producing a four-day aviation training course for the Florida Department of Transportation as well as creating marketing campaigns and media distribution for several fledgling businesses in Tallahassee, Tunji Fadiora has earned a reputation for follow-through and competence. “We helped several businesses in Tallahassee, including Rita’s and New Era, improve their marketing to millennials,” notes Fadiora, “and we’ve managed to monetize branding themes using technology, media and music.”

Soon after headquartering his company, Creative Culture Media, at Beaver Street Enterprise Center (Jacksonville’s oldest core-city business incubator), Tunji Fadiora enthusiastically volunteered his professional expertise in event planning for the Center’s 10th Anniversary Luncheon on the 24th October, 2013. “Tunji did a great job of helping us plan our theme of building businesses, carrying out that theme with props purchased on a ‘shoe-string’ budget, and participating in the media portion of the event. Tunji Fadiora is the type of talented young entrepreneur who is going to make a name for himself in our community and help us realize our goals for economic development in the community during the next decade,” said Beaver Street’s Executive Director Jackie Perry.

Creative Culture Media will offer two workshops at the Beaver Street Enterprise Center in February, both aimed at helping other young brand developers and entrepreneurs become established as service providers for the millennial-friendly businesses and organizations that abound in Northeast Florida:

February 12, 2014, 6 to 8 p.m. Young Entrepreneurship (Capitalizing on the power of today’s Millennial Generation)

February 13, 2014, 6 to 8 p.m., Guerilla Marketing on Any budget!

Both workshops are interactive and include handouts and light refreshments. A charge of $10 will be collected at the door. To pre-register, please call 904 607-6542 or 904-354-1608. To learn more about services provided by Creative Culture Media, please visit

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