Inspiring a World of Difference


Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it,
and if I were a bird I would fly
about the earth seeking the successive autumns.
– GEORGE ELIOT

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Photograph by Caroline Dahlmanns

Aggie Perilli Communications International (APCI) delivers award-winning communications, marketing and information campaigns to non-profit and for-profit interests and organizations. From strategy through customer tracking, APCI engages and aligns your audience to realize your vision and inspire a world of difference.

Among APCI’s integrated full-service offerings are:

Celebrating Spring with APCI

Have a heart that never hardens,
a temper that never tires,
and a touch that never hurts.

– CHARLES DICKENS
Aggie Perilli Communications International (APCI) celebrates spring with a tribute to inspired films and multiplatform media. Below is an award-winning film produced by APCI filmmaker Joe Wein. Please sit back and enjoy!

Goldfish won the Austin and Chicago film festivals, and it was the official selection of over 100 film festivals worldwide. This film also won the UNICEF U.K. Best Narrative Short and the U.K. Showcommotion Audience Award.

Taking My Passions Public

What the World Needs Now To Engage, Unify, and Transform

How did I get into the business of communication and what has been my secret to success? This is a post about communications guided by values.

by Aggie Perilli 

In 1990, a former colleague recommended me to Pfizer in New York to write, design and produce a global newsmagazine that would advance its vision to become the world’s leading pharmaceutical company. The executive who hired me had just returned from a management conference that encouraged three leadership essentials: communications, communications, communications.

Happy New Year!

“Blessed is the season which engages the
whole world in a conspiracy of love.”

– HAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE

APCI’s acclaimed artist and animator Jeff Bedrick captured the spirit of the season in A Christmas Carol, the above oil painting reproduced by Elms Puzzles as a high-end, hand-cut wood puzzle. Jeff’s inspiration came from the classic tale written by Charles Dickens to open the hearts of the fortunate so they’d seize the day and return the love. Dickens’ tale about the redemptive power of the human spirit remains as transformative today as it was in 1843, when A Christmas Carol was first published.