LimeLight Communications Group

It's All About You.

Your event. Your audience. Your outcomes.

We fill the LimeLight. Anything that happens on stage or behind a podium is the space
we play in. It’s a pretty amazing world. We wow audiences and we’ll do the same for you.

The Wow Starts Here

What We Do

Our team will dig deep to explore your insights, vision and desired outcomes to create a unique and customized live experience for your guests.

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How We Do It

We work hand-in-hand with clients and strategic partners to take your meetings, conferences and events to the next level.

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Why We Do It

Our team works to find a way to make the greatest impact possible on the audience, making it as memorable and long-lasting as possible.

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Where We Do It

We aim to connect without borders or limitations. We work with clients, partners and amazing speakers and entertainers from across Canada.

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Juicy Thoughts

Productive Thinking- Superman Would Love This

If you could have a business super power- what would it be?  Would you be able to leap over complex business solutions in a single bound? Be more powerful than a locomotive or Sir Richard Branson?  Whatever challenge you are facing in your business or association in 2017,  I know one super power everyone needs. 

How to Get Better Buy-in on your Ideas

“JJ Brun, a retired spy, was trained by the military to operate in hostile environments and elicit buy-in from a wide variety of people.” This is the opening statement of JJ’s speaking bio. How cool is that? JJ is an expert in human behavior. What a better way to understand how to communicate than from someone who is trained by the military to be a spy….AND yet, he has a warm and engaging personality!

How to work smart in the age of distraction… Squirrel!

Focus. It's a little word, but it carries a big stick. And I think we are now experiencing a worldwide shortage of it. And it's only going to get more scarce, unless we actively strive to maintain it. And think about our children, or worse, our children's children. While they may be born 'wired' and can adapt to technology at lightning speed, there's an even bigger concern than lack of focus.