We made the list!

By Kathy Steele

Saturday, September 29, 2018

Can You Still Hear Us Celebrating?

Last month, we were recognized on the annual Inc. 5000 list along with 4,999 other fast-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful organizations within the American economy’s most dynamic segment—its independent small businesses. If that’s not a reason to celebrate, we don’t know what is.

“Being named to the Inc. 5000 list is an entrepreneur’s dream and validates that our efforts are driving us in the right direction,” said our badass CEO + President, Kathy Steele. “It’s a significant accomplishment to achieve such a high level of growth, and we’re extremely honored to be held in such high regard with other private companies who are out there raising the bar.”

Our efforts of fueling meaningful impact for our clients and ourselves have led us to 112% growth, and we have no plans of stopping. We’re setting the bar high for ourselves to ensure that we never stop growing. Day-to-day, we continue to enhance our daily processes, add to our service offerings and drink even more caffeine.

“The entire Red Caffeine team has worked extremely hard to become established as a company that organizations want to work with and employees want to work for - just as we do for our clients,” said Steele. “By helping companies align internally, we ensure they are prepared to support external marketing communication and lead generation. For the bold who embrace change and transparency, we strive to co-create and execute a plan for sustainable growth! That’s what we do at Red Caffeine.”

Are you ready for growth?


Kathy Steele

Kathy Steele


Kathy Steele is passionate about people, serious about business growth, and loves to help the underdog cause in her community. She is fortunate to "do it all" in her role as CEO of Red Caffeine. She’s the company visionary overseeing growth, strategic partnerships, and employee engagement. On the rare occasion that she’s not working, she’s traveling, eating and drinking with the locals, or challenging her husband to a tennis match or round of golf.