Frontier Capital Announces Strategic Growth Investment in Phone2Action
We are pleased to announce a strategic growth investment in Phone2Action, a digital advocacy platform that connects citizens to lawmakers.
Based in the Washington, DC area, Phone2Action’s platform enables companies, non-profits, and associations to engage customers, members, and stakeholders in grassroots advocacy, connecting them to lawmakers over social media, email, text, and phone to make their voices heard on the issues that matter to them. Its differentiated platform is optimally designed for the mobile and smartphone experience, prompting timely action to leverage mission-aligned messaging inspiring lawmakers to act.
“People today are highly motivated to advocate for social issues and initiatives that matter to them,” said Andrew Lindner, co-founder and Managing Partner at Frontier. “However, the process for advocating has historically been a cumbersome and confusing experience. Phone2Action enables non-profits, associations, and corporations to identify and engage individuals who wish to demonstrate their support for a given issue in an easy and intuitive way. Frontier is excited to partner with the Phone2Action team in supporting their impressive growth while continuing to deliver best-in-class advocacy software to its customers and their end-users.”
“ Now more than ever, citizens and the organizations they belong to – and buy from – are looking for ways to make their voices heard. We are incredibly proud of the business we have built at the intersection of technology and policy. Every day, tens of thousands of people use our software to engage on issues they care about. We believe partnering with Frontier Capital will help us accelerate our mission to become the connective tissue between constituents, their government, and the organizations they care about,” said Jeb Ory, co - founder and CEO.
Lindner along with Frontier Partner Michael Ramich and Vice President Matt Williams will join the Phone2Action board. The investment in Phone2Action is from Frontier’s $700 million Frontier Fund V, which closed in 2017.