Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce member Red Caffeine Marketing + Technology has received a lot of attention lately.
Red Caffeine recently made it to the semifinals of the James Tyree Emerging Business Leadership Award where Kathy Steele, president of Red Caffeine, gave her three-minute pitch. She was announced as one of the top two most popular vote winners that night.
Steele was named one of 12 women who have made a difference in their western suburban communities and are role models as both professional and civic-minded leaders. She was named among the 2016 Women of Distinction by Suburban Life Magazine.
For the second year in a row, Red Caffeine sponsored the BTB Golf Outing, which raised more than $120,000 for families dealing with cancer. The 9-year-old cousin of Red Caffeine Vice President Julie Poulos is one such patient.
Named one of the “Best Places to Work in Illinois” by Best Companies Group and the Daily Herald Business Ledger, Red Caffeine was recognized as among the 30 best in the “Small Companies” category for employee engagement and company culture. Defining features include quarterly bonuses, weekly “Culture Club” lunches and a softball team.
Red Caffeine also received three Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts 2016 Communicator Awards for client projects.