It’s Woman Crush Wednesday again and we are focused on a Young student entrepreneur today, the person of Jade Fisher, a student of Florida A&M University (FAMU), 21-year- old inspired to start her fashion Jewelry brand.
Jade Fisher hails from West Palm Beach, Florida, was born in New Jersey. The 21-year-old is a second-year Florida A&M University business administration student (FAMU)
Jade Fisher has so far successfully run her jewelry design firm JadeMarie LLC since her university granted her a Collegiate Licensing Company License to do so.
Her interests include reading, brainstorming for her business, and thinking outside the box.
Her FAMU jewelry products are made with rattlesnake designs to honor the school’s mascot. Her target market was defined as FAMU graduates, students, teachers, and anyone else who supported the university. She does, however, also provide non-school-related items, such as watches, to anyone who enjoys wearing jewelry. Jade’s Academy In Tallahassee, Florida, there is a public historically black land-grant university called Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU). It was established in 1887, making it the only public historically black university in Florida and the third-largest historically black university in the entire US by enrollment.
Even after she graduates from FAMU, she plans to keep making jewelry for the company because FAMU alumni are one of her main target customers.
Since she made the jewelry, which means no one else is selling it, creating items for her school has grown into a passion for her that has set her apart from many other campus entrepreneurs.
Most FAMU-licensed businesses specialize in selling apparel and accessories rather than jewelry.
One of Jade’s favorite experiences is when customers place purchases and compliment her on her jewelry. Even one compliment on the jewels, she thinks to herself, would have been worth all the stress.
As part of her business concept, she plans to interact with a few of the university’s athletic teams in the future. Additionally, she has been admitted into the Women Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) of her university, and on December 2, 2022, she will take part in a pitching competition.
She sees herself as a vendor for Tallahassee retail stores in the near future and envisions herself taking part in the WBENC program.
During their visits to the university, Desi Banks, Pretty Vee, and Funny Marco were among the celebrities Jade Fisher has met.