In 2017, HubSpot opened our Berlin office with employees working across sales, services, and marketing on a mission to help customers grow better in the DACH region. To accommodate the growing team, we’re excited to announce that we’ll move to a larger office space in Berlin in early 2020.

HubSpot has signed a multi-year agreement to lease part of the new Spreeturm building at Am Postbahnhof 17 in 10243 Berlin, Germany. Located on the former border between East and West Berlin, the Spreeturm building is characterized by its unique façade and eye-catching heart-shaped entrance. Occupying eight floors of the approximately 50,000 sq.ft space, the office will feature top-class amenities such as collaboration spaces, a yoga room, a mothers room, a welcoming events space, and exclusive roof deck access.

“We’ve been lucky enough to work with some remarkable partners in the region, including T3 Advisors, to help us locate and secure a space that allows us to grow as HubSpot continues to expand,” said Ken Papa, Sr. Global Director of Real Estate & Facilities at HubSpot. “I’m looking forward to partnering with Sonica GmbH, who have helped us build out our EMEA headquarters in Dublin, on the renovation work to ensure we align the office with the brand’s larger design aesthetic.”

As part of our commitment to the DACH region, HubSpot announced earlier this year our plans to hire 150 new employees by the end of 2021 and launched a localized version of the Culture Code in German to provide local employees, candidates, and customers with an inside look into what we believe and how we work. In addition, HubSpot ranked 12 on Great Place to Work®’s Best Workplaces in Europe 2019 list of Large companies and in 2018 was named a Best Place to Work in Germany by Glassdoor, which reflects our commitment to creating an environment where employees love coming into work every day.

Interesting in joining HubSpot in Berlin? Follow us at HubSpot Life on Instagram and Facebook, and visit www.hubspot.com/berlin for career opportunities.

 

Originally published Oct 24, 2019 2:00:00 AM, updated October 24 2019