Bill Cobb and I have finished a manuscript charting innovation from the idea to the IPO. We are looking for an aggressive publisher for print and digital production; with strong support from us in academic, corporate and conference marketing.
What is your submission protocol?
M. L. Johnson, Ed.D., Ph.D.
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