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Caitlin

From Red Bull to eBay, WordPress to Zoopla and International Hotels Group – with eight years’ experience and some good old-fashioned sales tenacity, Caitlin has delivered insightful client management and impressive global growth for a host of international brands.

At Stranger Collective, Caitlin keeps us on our toes. Taking care of our clients, pulling together punch-packing project plans and managing our growth, she ensures we continue to exceed expectations and deliver curve-balling content.

With a background in graphic design and publishing, Caitlin is a sucker for beautiful design. Whether it’s a fun letterpress card or a beautiful building, well-crafted things make her happy. When not in the Stranger studio, she can be found at the beach with her son, attempting to protect her Californian reputation by not falling off a surfboard, or scanning through Pinterest for yet more inspiring design.

Caitlin has written a number of articles on remote working and team management and has been interviewed by the Huffington Post and BBC Newsnight – though to her great disappointment she didn’t meet either Adriana or Paxman.


The content of things

Where do writers fit into the internet of things?

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What Happened?

What Happened?

An evening of meeting, greeting and intellectual feasting.

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Stranger Happenings present: Talk to me

Stranger Happenings present: Talk to me

Drinks, food, and pondering on the importance of the individual. It’s time for our first Stranger Happening.

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Identity crisis: keeping it real

Identity crisis: keeping it real

Delving deeper into the persona world, we investigate different ways to create them…

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Identity crisis: where did it start?

Identity crisis: where did it start?

Personas promise to help us understand audience needs and desires. But do they work?

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From agency to client and back again

From agency to client and back again

Our newest Stranger Caitlin took her first Feed to reflect on how agencies and clients can play better together. Here’s what she found out…

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