What We Know for Sure

We believe collaboration stimulates conversation between colleagues and co-workers, between companies, markets and audiences, and between humans, generally. How we listen and engage with each other drives how we think about the world and our work.

Livingston Communication Inc. stands at the intersection between conversation and business. We provide marketing communication planning, development, and execution of strategies for medical device, manufacturing, and publishing industries.

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About your communication goals, your audiences, and your obstacles. We love to brainstorm communication solutions that create interest and draw people together.

We create customized communication solutions, so the end product differs from client to client. We’ve spent lots of time here:

Medical device industry: from defibrillators to spine surgery to brain surgery to incontinence. We team with physicians and research staff to get projects done right.

Industrial copy with broad appeal: from printed circuit board screen printers to carbon fiber ovens to PowerPoint presentations for executives.

Creative writing: popularly-written articles for niche markets, ghost-writing, newspaper commentary, writing for audio, and scripting for video.

In the end, we strive to write strategic copy that is effective and human. We love words that help locate meaning in work.

Clients

3M, Abbott Northwestern Hospital/Minneapolis Heart Institute, AngioSlide, Augsburg Fortress Publishers, Bethel University, Boston Scientific, Carlson Companies, CSI, Despatch Industries, Disetronic, DSI, Empi, ev3, Endocardial Solutions. Flicker Creative, GN Resound, Honeywell, Impact Proven Solutions, JohnRyan, Kaleo Ranch, Kerker, Medtronic, Possis Medical, PreferredOne, Preventice, Quantitative Advantage, Redwood Philanthropy, St. Jude Medical, Split Rock Studios, Synergy Vacuum, United HealthCare

This Just In

How to Help Your Teammate Hatch an Idea

Many of us struggle to get a sense of getting stuff done when working with other people. Conversation is a messy business that can typically lead to a wilderness of tangents and false starts rather than a place where the real stuff happens. We do well to pay attention to what our colleagues are saying. And the more attention we pay, the more wealth of ideas and practical insights we might find.

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