Kearsarge Mountain Communications is a marketing communications firm based in the beautiful Kearsarge-Lake Sunapee Region of New Hampshire. We are dedicated to building authentic brands for businesses and nonprofit organizations that engage their target audiences, distinguish their products and services, and inspire the confidence and trust that leads to loyal customers and communities.

The Discovery Process

KMC takes time to know our clients and understand their core values, strengths and position in the marketplace. We listen to our clients’ stories – and to those of their employees and customers – to understand who they are, how they serve their customers and communities, and what sets them apart from their competition. The process of discovery prepares us to build an authentic brand and customized multimedia marketing plans for each client.

Building Your Brand

KMC believes that a strong and authentic brand is essential to your success. Your brand conveys your distinct identity and value proposition and distinguishes you from your competitors. Your brand conveys who you are, what you stand for, and what you promise to your employees, customers and communities. It tells prospective customers why they should trust, care about, and connect to you.

Sharing Your Stories

KMC believes in the power of storytelling as one of the best ways to connect businesses and organizations to those who would benefit from their products and services. We get to know our clients and those who work with them and buy their products so that we can craft and share the stories that captivate, build connections to, and inspire the loyalty and trust of their customers and communities.

 
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Founder, Kearsarge Mountain Communications

Kimberly has worked as a journalist, magazine writer and editor, and communications director in the fields of media, public relations, business — and for most of her career — in higher education. She was the founding editor and senior writer of two college magazines, the award-winning University of New Hampshire Magazine and Colby-Sawyer magazine. In its first three years, the UNH Magazine was awarded two Gold Medal awards from the Council for Advancement and Support of Higher Education.

Kimberly holds a B. A. in English from the University of Connecticut and both an M.A. in German Language, Literature and Culture and an M.A. in Mass Communications/Magazine Journalism from Syracuse University.

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