Interview Series #1 is live: Sam Carter, CEO of Fospha teams up with Jake Higgins, co-founder at Grwth Club.
The CEO of Fospha, teams up with the co-founder of Growth club to discuss the pressing issues, obstacles and solutions individuals encounter in the venture growth sector.
Sam Carter, CEO of Fospha, recently teamed up with Jake Higgins, a founding partner of the Growth Club, to explore the pressing issues, obstacles, and remedies that individuals encounter in the venture growth sector.
Sam: Hi, I'm Sam Carter, the CEO of Fospha. Fospha is a marketing attribution platform for DTC businesses. We help brands measure the relative effectiveness of all of their cross-channel activity, their TikTok, their meta, and so on.
And today, I'm delighted to be joined by Jake Higgins, who's the founding partner of the Growth Club. Perhaps you'd like to say a few words about what you're up to there.
Jake: Yes, sure. At Growth Club, we have two sides of the business. One is matching startups and scale-ups with agencies across all disciplines, from SEO through to Creative, through to media buyers. And the other side of the business is we help startups and scale-ups raise investment. So. Yeah, that's Growth Club. And also act as an advisor to a bunch of businesses from DTC through to Fintech and all the rest.
Can I try Fospha for free?
Aren't attribution tools difficult to set up?
Do I need technical support to go live with Fospha?
How do I know your model is accurate?
Which channels does Fospha measure?
How long does it take to go live?
How long does it take to start getting value from Fospha?
Is Fospha privacy safe?
Absolutely - Fospha is built privacy-first, and doesn't rely on invasive user-level tracking to feed our models. That's why our impressions measurement wasn't affected by iOS 14, and it's why brands using Fospha will always have the edge on those that rely on pixels to track their customers.