- Economist Cedric Muhammad Launches Official Website For ‘The Entrepreneurial Secret’ Book Series

(Washington, D.C.) Today - December 8, 2009 - the official website for the new 3 volume book series, ‘The Entrepreneurial Secret To Starting A Business Without A Bank Collateral or Revenue” officially launches at

The website includes interactive video and audio content; a detailed Author Q & A; book excerpts and descriptions for each volume; and book content outline sheets for media and website visitors.

A centerpiece of the website is its entertaining and informative viral book commercial, which is currently accumulating views on YouTube.

This commercial describing the book series is available at TheEsecret website at:

It can also be seen on YouTube at:

“I’m pleased to unveil the official website for The Entrepreneurial Secret book series, which will allow a whole world of entrepreneurs to touch and feel the content in the series and to understand the motivation for it. Whether someone is an experienced CEO, college student majoring in business, a laid off corporate professional, a single Mother with a home-based business, or a previously incarcerated person who can’t find employment, this website and book series speaks to their reality,” Cedric Muhammad says.

About: Cedric Muhammad is a business economist, political strategist, and monetary economist. He is a former general manager for Wu-Tang Clan and currently a member of the African Union’s First Congress of African Economists, where he advises policy makers on economic development. His work has been featured in the American Banker and published in The Wall Street Journal. His weekly Hip-Hoppreneur ™ column can be read and heard each week at

* You can watch Cedric Muhammad’s Video Biography at:

- Cedric is available for interviews and quotes for attribution on the subjects of economics, finance, business development, music industry marketing trends, race relations, youth culture and the latest public policy news. You can send requests to interview(at)

Monday, March 29, 2010