Cambridge, Mass. - February 4, 2008 - HubSpot, an Internet marketing company, today announced that they have been featured on the cover of American Venture Magazine as part of the ‘most promising start-ups of 2008' issue. Chosen by editors of the publication, HubSpot was selected amongst other start-up companies in various industries based on crucial developments of teambuilding, focused leadership and working toward a common goal of growing the company and its customers.
American Venture Magazine reviewed over 350 emerging companies of which 33 finalists were selected based on their teamwork, vision, market leadership and technological successes. The full list of American Venture Magazine's ‘most promising start-ups of 2008', including company profiles and contact information can be seen on their website at http://americanventuremagazine.com/articles/850.
"Our Company achievements and focused passion for our products and services have allowed us to successfully support more than 200 customers in their inbound marketing efforts," said Brian Halligan, CEO of HubSpot. "As a start-up, recognition like this from people outside the Company only strengthens our belief that we are doing something special here."
The HubSpot Internet marketing system helps companies transform their marketing so they can become a hub for conversations in their market, helping them to get found by more prospects and convert higher percentages of them to customers.
The entire HubSpot article in American Venture Magazine and company photos can be seen online or in the hardcopy of the January issue.
The HubSpot Team, from left to right: Jonah Lopin, Mark Roberge, Mike Volpe, Todd Garland, Chris Johnson, Alyssa Antonell, Heidi Carlson, Patrick Fitzsimmons, Dan Abdinoor, Brian Halligan, Dharmesh Shah, Jim O'Neill, Drew Smith, Colleen Coyne, Ellie Mirman, Mark Greco, Brian Karas.
Missing or hired after photo was taken: Peter Caputa IV, Sue Churchill, Mohamed Faramawi, Buck Flather, Dave Nielsen, Brian Rogers, Sam Tanner, Dan Tyre, Nader Soliman, Yoav Shapira, Waqas Younas.
HubSpot is an inbound marketing system that helps your company get found online, generate more inbound prospects and convert a higher percentage of them into leads and customers. HubSpot helps companies get found by more prospects using search engine optimization and marketing, leveraging blogs and the blogosphere and engaging in online social media. By using landing pages, lead intelligence and marketing analytics, HubSpot customers convert more prospects into leads and customers. Based in Cambridge MA, HubSpot Internet marketing can be found at www.HubSpot.com and the Website Grader free marketing and SEO tool is available at www.WebsiteGrader.com.