Pittsburgh-Area Marketer and Writer Starts Firm to Help Business Owners Tell Their Story

PITTSBURGH, PA— (July 7, 2020) —Pittsburgh-area marketer and writer, Kelli Komondor, has launched K2 Creative, LLC. The company’s concentration is to help business owners and nonprofit groups who have the ideas, the stories, and the knowledge – but not the time or the talent – to tell their story. K2 Creative combines the power of creative writing and marketing to provide content that will engage clients ​and build businesses.

After spending over two decades in marketing, public relations, communications and writing, and management positions within the publishing, IT, and banking industries, Kelli determined there was a real need for professional, creative storytelling in business. As a volunteer with Pittsburgh-area nonprofits, she also understands the need for the nonprofit sector to make certain their organizations are represented during trying financial times.

“Many business owners have these stories about how their business has evolved. They have so much history to tell. They also have a lot to say about resilience during these trying times. Covid-19 has wrecked many organizations, sadly. The ones that have survived and have flourished need to talk about it. Nonprofits need to keep their donors and volunteers updated on their organization’s overall health and plans for moving forward and continuing to serve. Whether your company is for profit or nonprofit – there has never been a more crucial time to make your message matter.”

K2 Creative will get those stories and ideas into print with ghost writing blogs and e-newsletters, creating website content, creating and improving print marketing materials, copywriting services, press releases, and anything where the written word can help an organization succeed and set them apart from their competition.

K2 Creative, LLC’s website is K2CreativeLLC.com


K2Creative, LLC | 412.302.3463 | Kelli@K2CreativeLLC.com | Pittsburgh, PA

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