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LitLamp Communications Group

LitLamp Communications Group tracks cultural trends for progressive clients wanting to speed adoption and drive demand.

digital culture

Culture is a system of meaning. Digital is evolving into a culture, not just a set of technologies.
Until now, brands could simply broadcast their messages to win consideration. Disruptive technologies changed that. Today, context is king. Our process creates a system of meaning
across touch points--that inspires your prospects to join you.

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Brandmaker services

Brand personality programs
Persuasion strategy and implementation
Message propagation planning
Touch point audits
Digital asset integration
Sponsorship 3.0 strategy and training

Digital culture lab
Custom research
Pop-up think tanks
Future Groups®—facilitated Millennial advisory groups

Will the Future Like You?
Events that reveal eye-opening intelligence about cultural trends that impact future growth. We deliver category-specific takeaways that help leaders clarify a future direction. Participants emerge with a head full of ideas and a punch list of action steps.

“You rocked it! People were inspired and focused on what’s next.” 
Mandy Levitan, Virtuoso Luxury Travel Network

Our Approach
We are creative and practical. With over 200 communications projects under our belts, we appreciate the challenge of deploying new-economy communications from inside an organization. So, in addition to strategic communications, we educate in-house teams during the process to build capacity.

Our Story
Since 1995, we've been helping clients communicate across platforms. Patricia Martin was on the team that established e-Rates for schools and libraries when the Internet was the "information superhighway". She collaborated with Vinton Cerf - the "father of the Internet" - when he led MCI's innovation practice. And she helped Microsoft design its strategic philanthropy. LitLamp has been on the front lines of digital communication since 1998, when it built its first website. We developed a brand-centric online community in 2000, began blogging in 2004, and adopted Twitter in its infancy.

© 2013, Patricia Martin. All rights reserved.