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HubSpot Overview

Cambridge, MA (US)
1001 to 5000 employees
2006
Company - Public (HUBS)
Computer Hardware & Software
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Marketo, Eloqua
HubSpot helps millions of organizations grow better, and we’d love to grow better with you. Our company culture builds connections, careers, and employee growth. How? By creating a workplace that values flexibility, autonomy, and transparency. If that sounds like ... Read more

Mission: HubSpot, Inc. helps millions of organizations grow better.

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    Pros

    I've been at HubSpot now for almost 4 years and there's nowhere else I've even thought about working in that time. Why? HubSpot is a great place to work. I feel like I'm valued. I have a lot of autonomy in how and when and where I work. I feel strongly about the mission of the company. All in all, I'm extremely happy here.

    Cons

    As the company grows, scaling communication and decision making becomes more difficult. Luckily, it's something that's top of mind for many people who are working to make communication easier and better.

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HubSpot Photos

HubSpot photo of: HubSpotters visiting HQ from our global offices!
HubSpot photo of: We hosted a live storytelling show called Humans of HubSpot to build workplace empathy.
HubSpot photo of: Story time at Bring Your Kids to Work Day 2017
HubSpot photo of: Brian Halligan recently taught the HubSpot HBS case to employees in Dublin.
HubSpot photo of: The theme of this year's IWD was #BeBoldForChange
HubSpot photo of: To celebrate female employees, we wrote all their names on the chalk wall.
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HubSpot Interviews

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    Interview

    The process started with a short discussion with the HR, followed by an assignment. The assignment was based on real-life case study and my presentation was recorded to be shared with the recruiting panel. Post that, I went through 5 rounds of interviews based on behavioural and functional competencies, followed by a discussion on culture fit. I was pleasantly surprised that every member of the hiring team had actually gone through the assignment and feedback from my previous discussions before getting on the call with me.

    The process was very well managed by the HR team. Elayne and Yuan were my points of contact. They ensured I was updated about the process at each point and put in the extra effort to clear all successive hurdles. They even helped prepare for successive interview by sharing details of competencies that I should focus on. I've heard really great things about HubSpot and the interview process really lived up to my expectations.

    Interview Questions

    • Mostly example driven questions like Examples of projects where you managed multiple stakeholders.   Answer Question
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HubSpot Awards & Accolades

  • Best Companies for Women to Work, Entrepreneur Magazine, 2017
  • Best CEO for Diversity, Comparably, 2018
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