Press for HubSpot
Big news this month at HubSpot is the integration between HubSpot's Inbound Marketing platform and Shopify's e-commerce platform. Haven't heard of Shopify? Shopify is a fully hosted, super-easy to use, elegant and affordable online retail platform aimed at taking the challenge out of setting up and managing e-commerce storefronts.
This project for HubSpot by architecture3s is a transformation of a 38,000 square foot mill building space in Cambridge into a corporate headquarters. HubSpot is an inbound marketing company that provides marketing software and advice to businesses allowing them to be found on the internet and grow their business. In this case, Hubspot was moving from their bare bones start-up space, to their new office space located in a 38,000 square foot series of interconnected mill buildings on First Street in Cambridge.
HubSpot, Inc. recently welcomed its 3,500th customer, who joins the ranks of businesses that on average have increased their leads by 13% per month using HubSpot (http://www.hubspot.com/roi). The momentum enjoyed by HubSpot since its inception in the fall of 2006 makes it one of the fastest growing marketing software companies ever and is due to the success and passion of its customers.
This is ordinarily a busy month for conferences, schmooze-fests, and seminars. But cramming the calendar even more this year are two new mega-events: FutureM Boston (starting today) and Boston Region Entrepreneurship Week (starting Oct. 13). One will spotlight Boston-area companies helping to shape the future of marketing, and the other is planned as a celebration of “the entrepreneurial spirit.’’ With the focus on creating companies and propagating big ideas, it seemed like the right time to assemble a list of some of the area’s most innovative people. The criteria were simple: smart people who are working on important projects at companies of any size, or who support entrepreneurship in essential ways.