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SAN JUAN, PR – August 17, 2015 – Forming collaborative relationships is a must do step for entrepreneurs who want to compete successfully in the global marketplace. Their  biggest challenge has been how to find and develop relationships that may be financially lucrative and be the key to take their business to the next level. A Strategic Collaborator’s Workbook has been published to make it easier for small businesses to jump start their business relationship growth and participate successfully in the rapidly growing collaborative economy.

The author of the Workbook, Victor M. Rivera, is a former official at the U.S. Small Business Administration (District Director and Regional Administrator), National Director of the Minority Business Development Agency/U.S. Department of Commerce, and head of the Latin America & Caribbean Bureau at the U.S. Agency for International Development (AID).

Rivera tells entrepreneurs, “If you want to increase your production, marketing and/or financial capabilities, the Strategic Collaborator’s Workbook is a must for your office library because it will help you:

  1. Find the strategic collaborators that are the most capable of helping you.
  2. Form powerful win-win collaborative business relationships with like-minded, growth oriented individuals, who are actually looking for entrepreneurs like you.
  3. Manage those profitable relationships effectively and plan your long term growth.”

The new Strategic Collaborator’s Workbook can be previewed by entrepreneurs at: www.strategiccollaborators.com

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Company Name: Strategic Collaborators
Contact Person: Victor M. Rivera
Email: vmr@strategiccollaborators.com
Phone: (787) 379-5477
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Website: http://www.strategiccollaborators.com

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