HubSpot has visitors all the time who come in to learn about this startup's unique culture and work.  But on July 25, HubSpot had visitors who traveled a bit farther to learn about the organization.

These students are part of an exchange program at Boston University's College of Communication.  Professors Steve Quigley, Tom Fauls, Tobe Berkovitz and Lauren Glaser worked with the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano to have more than 30 students come to Boston to take classes in marketing and public relations, visit companies around Boston and learn from some of the industry's top leaders.  

During their visit to HubSpot, Rebecca Corliss and Rachel Sprung gave the students a tour of the office so they could get a better idea of what it is like to work at HubSpot. Rebecca then gave them a lesson on inbound marketing and the changing landscape of the industry.  The students were in awe about the availability of executives, professional yet fun culture and friendliness of everyone they met. At the end of the lesson, they asked numerous questions about the growth of HubSpot, work ethic and culture.

At HubSpot, there is always a chance to learn more about inbound marketing. Every Friday at 4 p.m. EST, HubSpot opens its doors to the public for the Marketing Update at HubSpot TV Studios.  Take the chance to relax and learn before the weekend starts.

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Originally published Aug 10, 2011 5:35:00 PM, updated January 17 2023


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