We designed this series to, not only showcase our community of amazing women entrepreneurs, but to also share their best tips, strategies and insights for wanna-be and established women entrepreneurs. Our mission for this community is to bring an incredible group of women together to inspire, motivate, and support women in business by networking, collaborating, and, in the case of this spotlight series, showing you why they shine so brightly!
We begin this series with a multi-talented entrepreneur, who holds such titles as Queen of Connections, Queen of Networking, and the Rocket Fuel to Business — Founder of access.office, Gayle Naftaly.
Our interview covers informative topics including the biggest lesson Gayle learned starting up, the very best decision she made for her business success, how she can bring her vision to your business, and much more! Enjoy!
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Gayle Naftaly founded access.office in 1998 after years of working in family owned businesses and the corporate arena. In 2009, she expanded its services to included Customer Relationships Management and Multicultural Marketing. Soon she and PR colleague Karen Bomzer formed a partnership to serve ethnic communities and to introduce their non-ethnic clients to the Multicultural Market. The partnership, East Meets West works under the access.office banner. Collectively Gayle & Karen bring years of experience to East Meets West. Karen is the communications director for the Asian-American Cultural Festivals of Long Island and a publicist for the Suffolk County Asian-American Advisory Board. Gayle recently signed on as the Marketing Coordinator these events. access.office offers essential Business Services such as B2B copywriting, Artful Branding, Marketing Material Development, Marketing Plans, Image Development, Damage Control, Event Planning, Grand Openings and Product Launches. access.office uses a hands-on approach to communicate the importance of strategic planning and forward thinking to their new and existing customers.
Gayle is a networker extraordinaire. She is a member of several prominent business organizations including The Queens Chamber of Commerce and Adrian’s Network. She is a facilitator of Powerful You! Women’s Network, Director of Communications for the Independent Business Women’s Circle, an advisory board member of Women Who Influence and sits on the advisory board committee of the Long Island Business Institute. She has also worked with the American Business Associates, the Business Growth Network, and Gotham Networking. She developed the Eastern Queens and Long Island Networking Group (EQLI) based at the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island. She is listed in the Biltmore Who’s Who.
To contact Gayle, visit access.office, and request to be added to her weekly newsletter.