When you know what you want to say, but can't say it.

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Supporting your business goals through customized communications.

We know the frustration of staring at a blank Word document, blog subject line, or “About” section of your website.

 

We can help.

When your business has a goal in mind – more customers, outside investment, a better reputation, whatever it may be – we support that goal through customized communications. Pilot Light Communications works with you to create a plan, develop materials, and execute. We work with you to understand what you’re trying to say- and we make sure your audience will understand, too.

When we take care of the communications piece, you have more time to focus on what you do best: growing your business.

“Corinne ‘gets’ the restaurant and hospitality industry. But most importantly, she easily translates that knowledge into compelling content and razor-sharp insights. Our restaurant and hospitality clients regularly thank us for bringing Corinne to the team.”

— Erica Stephens, Weaver Stephens Group

“Corinne has become part of our team, doing everything from creating our email marketing to managing our successful Kickstarter campaign. Her work with Talat Market has grown our restaurant’s profile, created a lot of excitement for our future projects, and generated more business for us. Simply put, if you need something done she’ll see it through.”

— Parnass Savang, Talat Market

“Working with Corinne helped alleviate my stress and anxiety about the marketing and writing parts of my workload. I knew they needed to get done, but they would always end up on the bottom of my checklist because the day-to-day tasks and deliverables for my business needed to come first.

Corinne has a natural ability to synthesize the spoken word into written communication materials. Our meetings flow like a normal conversation and then poof! she’s able to turn my ideas into text that I was dreading having to write myself.”

Laura Asherman, Forage Films