We’re excited to announce that Anne-Catrin Sallaba, a versatile leader with more than fifteen years of management experience in EMEA, will join HubSpot as Senior Manager, Customer Success in the DACH region. Based in HubSpot’s Berlin office, Anne-Catrin will be responsible for leading the team towards continued success in customer happiness, working closely with the company’s EMEA headquarters in Dublin.
Before joining HubSpot, Anne-Catrin spent close to ten years at Google in a variety of roles, including Head of Publisher and Distribution Solutions and Global Head of Learning & Development Programmes. Before Google, she was the Director of Media Account Management at Yahoo! Europe and started her career at Burda Medien in Germany as an international account manager, followed by stints at DoubleClick and Getty Images in the UK. Anne-Catrin has an M.Sc. in Economics and Business Administration from the Copenhagen Business School in Denmark.
“Anne-Catrin brings a wealth of customer service, business and team development experience to our growing Berlin office. Her passion for improving the customer journey at scale and delivering amazing client experiences will have a huge impact on how we help our customers and partners to grow better in the DACH region, and we’re incredibly excited to welcome her to our team,” said Colleen O’Sullivan, Director of Customer Success EMEA.
Beyond her day job, Anne-Catrin was involved in Women@Google UK, leading several talent development initiatives and she is on the Board of the governing body for British Fencing (Olympic Sport). Her leadership experience and commitment to building inclusive teams, will bring a wealth of impact to HubSpot’s success in the region.
"I'm looking forward to joining the HubSpot team at this exciting time. Berlin is a vibrant and dynamic hub and a great place to continue the expansion of the Customer Success team, which is at the core of enabling our clients to grow better. 2019 promises to be an amazing year for HubSpot in the DACH region offering huge growth potential for the brand," said Anne-Catrin Sallaba.