Press for HubSpot

As we wrote last week, the most common mistakes that SaaS providers make often involve errors made while balancing the incoming subscription receipts with the need to go out and spend some money to acquire new subscribers.  Dharmesh Shah, CTO and founder of HubSpot, recently blogged his thoughts on a similar topic: the insights he's gleaned from the B2B SaaS startup. Describing these as "non-obvious SaaS startup lessons," Shah's blog post contains a list seven important observations.

HubSpot, Inc. announced it has been selected as the number one best place to work in Boston by the Boston Business Journal's awards program to recognize the top workplaces. HubSpot, an internet marketing company providing inbound marketing software to businesses, competed against 19 other finalists in the midsize company category, including Google. Finalists' rankings were revealed at a breakfast event last Friday, June 11 at the Seaport Hotel in Boston.

Remember HubSpot? The Cambridge-based startup that has tapped the rising tide of social media by creating Inbound Marketing.  We’ve told you about many facets of this company already, but timeout:
Did you know that HubSpot supplies all kinds of free social media tools for non-paying users to take advantage of? I’ll cut to the chase and tell you about the newest one, because it’s a total innovation over their previous releases

The burrito he purchased from Boloco was poorly wrapped, so Harvard senior Anthony Britt tweeted about it on Twitter, the popular social network.  The next day, the chief executive of Boloco, John Pepper, responded on Twitter: “can I help or make it up somehow?’’