Who We Are


Casted exists to empower B2B marketers to maximize and measure the value of their podcast and video content. How? With the first content marketing platform built to access, amplify, and attribute new and existing audio and video content to fuel brand growth. 


But that’s just what we do. Here’s why we do it:

We’re passionate. Weirdly passionate. We love this company we’re building, the culture we’re cultivating, and the work we get to do each day. We thrive on creative challenges and encourage brave thinking. We appreciate quick wit and a little well-timed self-deprecation. We take the work we’re doing pretty seriously, but not ourselves. We love collaborating because our team is packed with diverse thinking and brilliant minds, and we believe that differences in opinions and backgrounds are where the best products are born. We are obsessed with creating things that are truly exceptional. And for that, we need truly exceptional people to join our team. If this sounds like you, we would like to meet you.

Own Your Part: Just like a crew rowing a boat, every member of our team plays an important role in getting us from where we are to where we want to go. When we all understand how the ship moves and the value of our individual contributions, we thrive. At Casted, we own our roles on this ship and we row together.

 

Pursue The And: Part of taking ownership of our roles at Casted means constantly pursuing ways to optimize, innovate, delight, and exceed expectations. We don’t stop at the obvious or take “good enough” for an answer. When faced with an “either/or” decision, we instead pursue the “and”.

 

Our Values

 

Fuel With Curiosity: At Casted, we know that not any one of us has all the answers. So we approach our roles with humility and take ownership of our responsibility to learn and grow. We seek to listen more than we speak, and to be faster to ask questions than dictate answers. Our work is fueled by curiosity. 

 

Fill Your Cup: At Casted, we work hard. We show up ready to give and grow. But, we know it’s impossible to pour from an empty cup. So before we pour into anything or anyone else, we fill our own cups first. We take care of ourselves and encourage others to do the same.


Pour Into Others: We’re a team, so we act like one. We pour into each other, our customers, and our partners. We seek ways to give and to share, and to be generous with our resources. SaaS moves at 1million mph but we always slow down enough to say thank you and celebrate one another along the way.

Interested? Great. We can’t wait to meet you. 
Casted is an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity at our company. We don’t discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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