It’s all about relationships and distribution

Most authors need to develop additional distribution channels for their book. To answer that need we created a marketing department that arranges speaking engagements and develops relationships with organizations that provide an audience for potential new business, networking and of course book sales.

Some of the organizations we work with are:

  • The Economist’s The Ideas Economy:
    Human Potential
  • World Affairs Councils in several cities
  • The American Heart Association events
  • The Westchester Second Annual Women’s Leadership Summit
  • Bookmarks Festival
  • Litchfield Books Moveable Feast
  • 85 Broads
  • Rice University Young Alumni & Alumni 2.0
  • Dress For Success Worldwide
  • Jay Heritage Center
  • Hermitage
  • Tennessee Council for History Education
  • Connecticut Historical Society
  • The Mark Twain House
  • Google
  • Women’s Resource Of Greater Houston
  • Woodhull Institute For Ethical Leadership
  • Roosevelt Institute
  • Barron’s
  • National Trust for Historic Preservation
  • Virginia Festival of the Book
  • Terrace Hill The Governor’s Mansion
  • Save Our Heritage Organization
  • San Francisco Architectural Heritage
  • Danish Cultural Center
  • Smithsonian Institution Libraries
  • Quaker Oates Heart Healthy Campaign
  • Bayer Aspirin Heart Healthy Campaign
  • Wells Fargo Bank
  • Barnard College Alumnae Affairs
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • The CMO Marketing Council
  • Commonwealth of San Francisco
  • Executive Soundview Summaries