Good news! HubSpot is partnering with the Massachusetts Innovation & Technology Exchange (MITX), the country's leading industry association that brings together digital technology, marketing and media professionals. The partnership features collaboration in webinars, events, blogs and research.
Boston is considered by many, such as Boston Globe columnist Scott Kirsner, to be a growing hub for inbound marketing. HubSpot and MITX are key players in this growing movement, contributing marketing expertise and providing resources and opportunities for digital technology, marketing, media and small business professionals.
The HubSpot/MITX technology partnership involves a closer relationship between the two companies, facilitated through collaboration on a number of projects including webinar production and promotion, mutual blog contributions, event production and joint research projects.
MITX is the region's premier professional organization for the Internet business and marketing industry. As a community with more than 250 member companies representing over 7,500 digital professionals, MITX is a dynamic and growing community of thought leaders, collaborators, and individuals in search of insight, education and opportunity.
"We're thrilled to be partnering with the Massachusetts Innovation and Technology Exchange," said Brian Halligan, HubSpot CEO and Founder. "MITX is respected as the leading industry association in the country, and it's a privilege to be able to work together with them on various projects and initiatives. I'm looking forward to seeing what great things are produced as a result of this alliance."
HubSpot was the recipient of the MITX Technology Award in 2008 for its inbound marketing system in the Innovative Business Strategy category. To enter the 14th Annual MITX Interactive Awards, visit http://mitxawards.org/interactive by September 11, 2009. Winners will be honored at an awards ceremony on November 27 at the Boston Marriott Copley hotel.
For more information about MITX, visit http://www.mitx.org.