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Suneera worked in finance technology when she decided to build her own company. Sitting at her parent's home, contemplating her decision, she spoke with her brother—a serial entrepreneur—and they decided to go into business together. Suneera believes that her business is intricately woven into the fabric of her life. Now that she has hit unicorn status, she is figuring out career sustainability and living out her passion, CEOSchool, to get more women into the CEO spot.

Insight Shorts

There is only so much information you can pack into an episode to keep the audience engaged. Inevitably, when creating a documentary series like this, many nuggets of wisdom are left on the proverbial cutting room floor. But we got you covered. Below you'll find four insights from Suneera's full interview not mentioned in the episode.

Showing up and Trusting Yourself

In these Spiraling Up Insight Shorts, see and hear additional interview footage never before seen. In this clip, Suneera shares how to deal with your doubts and the importance of showing up and trusting in yourself.

Ask Basic Questions

In this clip, Suneera talks about power and importance of asking even the most basic questions, regardless of what people think.

Immigrant Household Values

Growing up in a Pakistani immigrant household gave Suneera many values that she instilled into Stax.

The Importance of Representation

In this clip, Suneera talks about the importance of representation in inspiring the future generations of women CEOs and entrepreneurs.

About "Spiraling Up"

HubSpot for Startups and LinkedIn join forces to bring a business documentary series unlike any other. Spanning three seasons, it follows the stories of over a dozen co-founders from ten different companies at varying stages of funding from pre-seed to the coveted "unicorn" status. These are not clever brand commercials for HubSpot or LinkedIn. No talks about their use of either platform. Instead, these are up close and personal, and sometimes provocative stories from a diverse group of founders.

Season 1 premiered online in November 2022 and is streaming now.

CEO School


Suneera is on a mission to change that statistic mentioned above. CEO School is her next big venture after grown Stax, and her plan is nothing short of changing the world. CEO School is her podcast (part of the HubSpot podcast network), a collective of business women, a membership, an educational program, and a mastermind.

About HubSpot for Startups

HubSpot for Startups provides founders with resources they need to grow and scale their companies. Startups can apply though over 4,000 partnering organizations to save up to 90% on their first year of paid HubSpot service, plus up to 30% off ongoing!