We’re excited to announce today that HubSpot co-founder Brian Halligan has once again been named one of the Highest Rated CEOs on Glassdoor, based on reviews and rankings from current and former HubSpot employees.
It's moving day! HubSpot is excited to announce today the expansion of our Cambridge, MA headquarters. The new spaces on the second, third, and fourth floors of the Davenport building add 423 new seats to the company's Cambridge footprint.Read More
Since moving to a brand new space at One Dockland Central in Dublin's IFSC just over a year ago, HubSpot has continued to grow its footprint in the area. We're excited to announce today that we will be continuing that growth with a new expansion.Read More
HubSpot announced today that it has appointed Gregor Hufenreuter as the Director of Sales for Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. In the new role, Gregor will head up DACH sales and strategic business development in the region, and will also manage the new Berlin office slated to open this fall.Read More
At HubSpot, we like to give credit where credit is due – and our Agency Partners certainly deserve it. To recognize their awesome work, we announced today the first round of winners in our 2017 Impact Awards. The Awards celebrate our global agency partners that have demonstrated exceptional growth with inbound marketing over the past year.
We’ve done it again! HubSpot has been named a Leader in G2 Crowd’s Spring 2017 Grid for Marketing Automation, earning high marks for customer satisfaction and support. And we’re not stopping there – 94% of reviewers say our product is going in the right direction.Read More
HubSpot and Shakr, a video creation platform for modern advertisers, today announced the launch of StoriesAds.com, a platform for creating compelling video content tailored for Instagram’s vertical format. StoriesAds.com provides the tools for advertisers and marketers to build vertical video assets for Instagram directly from a web browser in a quick and cost-effective manner.
When you think about technology, sales and marketing aren’t usually the first professions that come to mind. Peek into the majority of classrooms, and you’ll hear professors teaching the traditional tactics – ABC, The Four Ps of Marketing, AIDA. But as the way people shop and buy becomes more tech-centric, so must the tools of the sales and marketing trades. We’re faced with a digital skills gap that’s leaving today’s marketing and sales grads unprepared to use the technologies and methodologies they’ll inevitably encounter in the workplace.Read More