Are your company's marketing and sales teams aligned? HubSpot's are, and we're pleased to announce our recent honor as the recipient of the Sales & Marketing 2.0 Award for Best Alignment of Sales & Marketing.
What do an 80s hair metal guitarist, a U.S. Olympic gold medalist, and a DJ have in common? They're all employed by one of the top workplaces in Massachusetts, as revealed by the Boston Globe today. HubSpot, ranked number 4 in the small companies category, joins the ranks as one of 100 companies on the Globe's Top Places to Work Awards list for 2010.
Last Wednesday evening, The Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council (MassTLC) held a reception to announce the finalists in its 2010 Leadership Awards program, and we're pleased to announce that HubSpot CEO and Founder Brian Halligan is among the honorees for CEO of the Year (Privately Held)!
Where’s the best place to work in Boston? You guessed it – HubSpot! At this morning’s 2010 Best Places to Work Awards breakfast at the Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center, the Boston Business Journal announced HubSpot as the number one best place to work in Boston in the midsize companies category. HubSpot, supported at the event by 12 enthusiastic members of its team, was up against some stiff competition for the top spot, competing against 19 other finalists including Google, who placed second. Read the Boston Business Journal feature article about HubSpot here.
Today, Ernst & Young announced its list of finalists for the 2010 Entrepreneur Of The Year award in New England, and we're pleased to announce that HubSpot Founder and CEO Brian Halligan is among them!
We're pleased to announce that HubSpot's VP Sales Mark Roberge was recently honored as the 2010 Salesperson of the Year by the MIT Sloan Sales Club. Mark received a unanimous vote and is the first person to receive this award for harnessing the MIT Sloan MBA for sales leadership, achievement and excellence.