About Us

Ki’suk kuk’yit,

Welcome to O’Neil Marketing & Consulting and Numa Communications Ltd. Both companies are owned by Beverley O’Neil, a member of the Ktunaxa Nation. We invite you to explore our site to find out how we can work with you designing your nation.

O’Neil Marketing & Consulting coordinates teams of professionals to work on your project.  Each project is considered unique, and evaluated based on its own needs and outcomes. If needed, a team is coordinated. The team will consist of experienced and reputable individuals who are experts in their field – each team is different based on the needs of each client. Click here to see some of our team members.

Our teams have successfully completed projects of national and international scope, helping to shape the future of many individuals, communities and nations in tourism, community planning, agriculture, governance, capacity development, film production, and more.

How We Work

We at O’Neil Marketing & Consulting and Numa Communications Ltd., along with our associates, work with Indigenous people (First Nations), business, non-profit and governments to create long-term productive relationships that direct change today while designingnations for tomorrow.

Our Philosophy

There are four pillars to a nation – people, culture, lands and resources, and vision.  These pillars are the foundation for the building and advancement of a nation, and it is essential that leaders recognize the inter-relatedness of each ensuring their harmony for successful advancement of their culture.

Your success is important to us.  We help you achieve this by working with you to design strategies, helping to devise communications and media plans, prepare promotional materials and media kits and releases to get your message across in a ‘thunderous’ style.

We know that when your message is intended for a First Nation or Aboriginal group (Métis, Inuit, Dene and Native), it is especially important to ensure the images and content are appropriate and culturally respectful, and that these messages represent them truthfully.