Meet The Collective
We've launched Neon Caffeine Collective to connect our clients with experts we trust and know will bring a wealth of expertise. It can be difficult to find a specialist to support your project, and that's where we can come in. The Collective are Neon Caffeine’s preferred partners, and are now available to offer their services through us. Not only do you get the best, you can cut down on the dreaded procurement paperwork too. One collective, many experts.
With over 16 years’ experience in marketing and communications, Rebecca founded her own consultancy, Thread and Fable three years ago. She has delivered award-winning marketing and communications campaigns and projects within the sport, higher education, charity and public
Whether it’s developing an integrated student recruitment campaign, brand messaging, or communications strategy, Rebecca has worked with around 10 education clients in the past three
years, bringing insight and experience from a range of sectors to deliver energy and enthusiasm to a whole range of projects.
Daniel is a social and digital media consultant, speaker and trainer. He founded 448 Studio in 2018 which specialises in developing workshops for businesses, the public and education sectors, with the aim to teach people to connect with their audience through social media.
Daniel previously worked with the Vancouver & London Olympic organising committees as well as the Commonwealth Games. He has also worked in Higher Education crafting social and digital media for the University of Glasgow; which earned him a CIPR Gold award for best use of social media along with HEIST and PRiDE awards for most effective use of social media.
Mustard Yellow Media is a podcasting company run by Dave Musson. Dave started podcasting in 2016, with his show Dave’s World – which promoted the unsigned heavy music scene in Birmingham and Coventry. Since then, he has launched Bear Necessities – the official podcast of Coventry Bears Rugby League Club – and two more music-orientated shows; The Decayist, an album review show, and You Can’t Kill Me, a podcast about the band Slipknot.
Dave has also crafted a reputation as an influential podcaster in the Higher Education marketing space – launching first The Native Podcast in 2018 and then Inspiration on TAP a year later. As well as all that, he also listens to lots of podcasts – too many, to be honest!