HubSpot Hires Christian Kinnear as Director of Sales for EMEA Region

by Henry Franco

Date

Oct 9, 2015 8:00:00 AM

Christian_Kinnear_HeadshotToday, HubSpot is thrilled to announce the hiring of Christian Kinnear as Director of Sales for Europe, Middle East, and Africa. Based in HubSpot’s Dublin, Ireland office, Christian will be responsible for coordinating the company’s sales strategy across key regions for growth for HubSpot.

“We are very excited to have Christian join the HubSpot team,” said Jeetu Mahtani, Managing Director, International at HubSpot. “His past experience with EMEA and dedication to serving the mid-market make him the perfect fit for the job, and we look forward to seeing the positive effect he has on HubSpot’s business across EMEA.”

Christian joins HubSpot from a successful tenure at Google, where he managed the Google for Work sales development team in EMEA, Japan, Asia, and the Pacific. In this position, Christian managed teams in cities across the globe, and received significant exposure to and experience with HubSpot’s target markets. Prior to this role, Christian lead the Enterprise Demand Management team for Google EMEA, where he drove demand for a wide range of stakeholders across the region. His time at Google follows a seven-year career at Oracle, where he began his experience with EMEA and built upon his foundational knowledge of sales.

“I am thrilled to be joining HubSpot during such an exciting time,” said Christian. “It’s a fast-growing company with a tremendous product, dedicated workforce, and famous culture, and I can’t wait to get started.”

In addition to his enthusiasm for sales, Christian is an avid fan of rugby, cheering for Ireland and Leinster. He has also received a certificate of appreciation from the French government for the time he spent working there as an archaeologist.

Written by Henry Franco

Henry is a Brand Marketing Associate at HubSpot. Prior to joining the company, he attended Dartmouth College, where he learned to love the outdoors (except when it's really, really ridiculously cold).

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