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Collaborative Experience, Inc., collabs with LIAACC in New Book Anthology Promoting Businesses
he Collaborative Experience, Inc. (CEI) announces a collaboration with the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce (LIAACC) to promote entrepreneurial success in CEI's latest book antholog.
By: LI Island African American Chamber
"This book will be a marketing tool for entrepreneurs who share their stories, in addition to being a source of inspiration for aspiring business owners," states Julia Shaw, President and Co-Founder of CEI, "The Our Stories, Our Voices business book will also offer strategies tools for small business development and growth."
Additionally Co-Authors who participate in their book anthologies receive a wide range of exposure including radio interviews, speaking engagements, and are featured during the book launch parties and promotional events.
"Collaborative Experience Inc. is a member of the LIAACC and we are working together to create another vehicle to build, market and share small business successes stories." states Phil Andrews, President of LIAACC.
The Collaborative Experience, Inc. has been in the business of publishing books, and offering marketing services for over six years and continues to share life changing stories of people who are making a difference. CEI publishes single author titles, poetry books, children's books and book collaborations publishing the works of over seventy-five literary voices.
The chapters in the Our Stories, Our Voices Book 2 is a new collection of narratives meant to be a catalyst that spearheads business networking and collaborations, along with sharing proven business strategies, and experiences that help turn struggles and setbacks into triumphs and profits. "It's time that we hear from our fellow entrepreneurs who are doing positive things in the business community and making a positive impact in the lives of others," says Toni Coleman Brown, Vice President & Co-Founder of the CEI, "this book celebrates and documents small businesses."
Collectively, Julia and Toni have over 40 years of experience working in various aspects of book publishing and social media marketing industries, combined with the legacy of LIAACC and their members that share business stories in the new book.
Entrepreneurs and organizations interested in becoming co-authors in this anthology project should send an email to collaborativeexperience@
CEI is currently seeking collaborations with corporations interested in becoming sponsors and media partners.
Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce
Page Updated Last on: Oct 18, 2022