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Collaborative Experience, Inc., Partners with Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce (LIAACC) in Collaboration with the Release of a New Book Where Entrepreneurs Share Their Journeys To Success

March 23, 2024 - New York, NY –The Collaborative Experience, Inc. (CEI) book publishing company is pleased to announce a partnership with the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce (LIAACC), an organization invested in the advancement of small businesses. CEI is currently compiling a collection of stories by entrepreneurs entitled, Our Stories Our Voices:  Sharing the Entrepreneurs’ Journey to Success. The book closely aligns with LIAACC’s mission of empowering small business owners and promises to be a treasure trove of resources and inspiration for like-minded entrepreneurs and organizations.

CEI is actively seeking entrepreneurs, organizations and corporate business partners who want to tell their story in this upcoming joint venture book project. This collection of success stories is meant to create networks that spearhead business success by sharing business experiences that turn struggles and setbacks into triumphs and profits. 

“We understand the importance of establishing win-win profit sharing opportunities for businesses that see the value of working together as a part of this book collaboration. The book will help entrepreneurs to increase brand awareness and visibility for everyone involved.”   “We believe that Together - Everyone - Achieves - More -T.E.A.M and this is our objective, which is to ensure that our co-authors profit from this experience.” Julia D. Shaw, President & Co-founder of CEI

CEI is also a member of LIAAC, where the organization is committed to advancing and promoting the economic development of business and to advocate for responsive government and quality education on behalf of all small businesses, with an emphasis on those of African Ancestry, while preserving the unique characteristics of the Nassau, Suffolk, Queens and Brooklyn Counties that serve our membership. “Our partnership with Collaborative Experience was established to document and share the power of working together to grow businesses and positively impact the economy,” states Phil Andrews, President of LIAACC.

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Contributors to this anthology represent entrepreneurs from all walks of life.  They vary in age, cultural backgrounds and reside in cities across the United States.  Co-authors/Contributors will share experiences about family, friendships, partnerships, creating relationships in life. Aspiring entrepreneurs will be able to relate to the stories shared in this anthology and will understand that they’re not alone in their small business journey.  

 “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; this book celebrates and documents small business success.” Toni Coleman Brown, Vice President & Co-Founder of the CEI 

Collaborative Experience was launched in 2017 by its founders Julia D. Shaw and Toni Coleman Brown.  CEI has published five bestselling book anthologies, in addition to consulting several writers on publishing their books.  CEI’s books include, Network to Increase Your Net Worth, three books in the Delayed But Not Denied book series and the first book in the Our Stories, Our Voices book series.  Co-Authors who participate in CEI book anthologies receive a wide range of exposure including radio interviews, speaking engagements, and are featured during the book launch parties and promotional events.  CEI has published over 100 co-authors and is established as a launching pad for many to successfully publish their own books. Collectively founders, Julia and Toni have over 40 years of experience working in various aspects of the book publishing and social media marketing industries.

CEI is currently collaborating corporations interested in becoming sponsors and media partners. Entrepreneurs and organizations interested in becoming co-authors in this profitable book project should send email to or visit the website

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