Senior strategist, AnalogFolk
Bennett, 30, graduated with a degree in fashion promotion and kicked off his career by winning the 2006 Graduate Fashion Week Creative Marketing Award.
Having initially joined AnalogFolk as a freelancer, he moved to Mother, where he worked on the launch of Stella Artois Black and its theatre experience, The Night Chauffeur, which won an Account Planning Group award in 2011, and the TV series New Look Style The Nation.
Bennett rejoined AnalogFolk at the end of 2012 and now leads the strategy across the Pernod Ricard business. He also works as a consultant on marketing and business strategy with Modular Recordings and has been a regular visiting lecturer at Nottingham Trent University and the University of Central Lancashire.
Matt Law, the managing director of AnalogFolk, says: "What Neil is capable of never ceases to amaze. He’s an agile thinker who can fuse numerous elements to create outstanding platforms for clients. He has some fantastic brands and experience under his belt and, outside his day job, his time is taken up writing, lecturing or moonlighting for Modular."