Strategic Collaboration Workbook for Entrepreneurs: A How-To Guide for finding the Right Collaborators to help grow your Business

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Entrepreneurs – forming collaborative relationships is a must do step if you want to be successful. The biggest challenge has been how to find and then develop relationships that may be financially lucrative and be the key to take your business to the next level.

If you want to increase production, marketing and/or financial capabilities this is your blueprint to success.

Expert Business Collaborator Victor M Rivera has created a step-by-step plan to help you jump start your business relationship growth.

You’ll learn how to find the strategic collaborators that are most capable of helping you.

You’ll also learn how to form powerful win-win collaborative business relationships with like-minded, growth oriented individuals who are actually looking for entrepreneurs just like you.

You’ll learn how to manage those profitable relationships effectively and plan long-term growth.

This workbook is must have for any entrepreneur’s office library.

Vanessa Kings’ Review

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Many entrepreneurship books that I have read focus on several aspects of being an entrepreneur and how to launch a successful business, such as lean business plans, scale of funding, process, market analysis, strengths and weaknesses, and so on.

However, in “Strategic Collaboration Workbook for Entrepreneurs: A How-To Guide for finding the Right Collaborators to help grow your Business”, author Victor M. Rivera places the focus on relationships. After all, running a business involves many interactions and what will make or break it are the people. Both customers and partners. So, finding the right collaborators is key to building any business.

Another strong point is that the book is not written as a narrative or full of theory, but rather a very practical workbook with easy to follow steps and useful guides that range from assessing business capabilities to determining which strategic collaborators are right for you to tips for creating a Strategic Collaborator Management Manual.

This is a go-to book for any entrepreneur that is looking to create, build and grow a business by focusing on collaborative relationships.

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About the Author

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Mr. Rivera has vast experience in developing, funding, monitoring, and evaluating entrepreneurship development programs; as well as international trade, technology development and commercialization programs, throughout the U.S., Latin America, and the Caribbean.

He has served with the U.S. Small Business Administration as a New York District Director, an SBA Regional Administrator for the six-state Rocky Mountain Region, and as a Senior Advocate at the Office of the Chief Counsel for Advocacy in Washington, DC. At the U.S. Department of Commerce, he was the National Director of the Minority Business Development Agency.

In the international arena, Mr. Rivera was in charge of the Latin America and Caribbean Bureau at the U.S. Agency for International Development (AID) where he was responsible for administering the $1.5 billion U.S. economic assistance program for Latin America and the Caribbean. This position required U.S. Senate confirmation.

Mr. Rivera has served as a consultant to investment banking firms, federal and local government agencies, telecommunications firms, and the World Bank. Most recently, he has focused his services on helping small and medium size firms expand their operations by building collaborative business relationships.
He is a member of the Association of Strategic Alliance Professionals.

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