Enitan Bereola

The Bereolaesque Group

Creative AF.

Visionary. Global Storyteller. 3x Bestselling Author. 7x Literary Award Winner. Marketing Specialist. Social Infrastructure Designer. Publisher. Producer. Principal of the Creative Class: Multifaceted. Multidimensional. Cross-disciplinary Artist.

Enitan Bereola influences the influencers.

Bereola II penned the award-winning and bestselling books that Obama, Oprah and the Zuckerberg’s own - BEREOLAESQUE: The Contemporary Gentleman & Etiquette book for the Urban Sophisticate, GENTLEWOMAN: Etiquette for a Lady, from a Gentleman and THE GRAY: A Relationship Etiquette Study. As CEO of The Bereolaesque Group, Founder of Exhibit Gray, master communicator, celebrity ghostwriter, brand fixer, cultural figure and global speaker with over a decade of experience, his voice resonates with his cult following.

His writing earned an NAACP Image Award nomination for Outstanding Literary Work. Enitan won the 2018 Male Author of the Year award, the Power 30 Under 30 Award Presented by Porsche, Greatness in Literature, Best Story Told, Man of the Year and other acknowledgements. Bereola paired up with Dr. Dre’s “Show Your Color” campaign along with Jay-Z and Steve Stoute’s Translation Marketing Co. to develop groundbreaking content.

Bereola recently advised a global agency in a new global initiative in Australia and partnered with 20th Century Fox, Oprah Winfrey Network, Apple, Salesforce, LINKEDIN, Yahoo, Visa, McDonald’s, BEVEL, Bergdorf Goodman and SXSW. Enitan collaborated with award-winning actors Hill Harper and Meagan Good, Congresswoman Barbara Lee, Michelle Williams of Destiny’s Child, Grammy award-winning platinum producer Bryan-Michael Cox, Estelle, Jidenna and more. He has been a keynote speaker and panelist at over 50 institutions and invited to speak at Harvard, Stanford and Tufts. BEREOLAESQUE is a required part of Bermuda College and Kansas State University’s curriculum.

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