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Behind the Orange Curtain
What makes HubSpot...well, HubSpot? The company's latest alum tells all
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This is a guest post from Rick Burnes, the new vice president of content products at BookBub. When the history ebooks are written, this month could go down as a turning point for the Boston tech community. Two Boston IPOs this month — Wayfair’s on Oct 2 and HubSpot’s on Oct 8 — were major milestones for companies that could become new anchors for the local startup ecosystem. Read More
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Q3 VC takeaways: Atlas as we know it goes out in style, New York is drinking Boston's milkshake
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CB Insights released its venture capital data and analysis for the third quarter today, and among all the numbers, pie charts, and graphs, two things stood out. Read More
Hip to be square
InsightSquared is so quiet, you wouldn't know they might be Boston's next big tech company
InsightSquared chief executive Fred Shilmover
Cambridge's InsightSquared is one of those companies that is often discussed as the next potential HubSpot or DataXu. I.e., a Boston startup that develops from a small, early-stage startup, to a "where-did-they-come-from" growth company, to a business that generates buzz, is pointed to as a model for others to follow, and whose name starts getting bandied about as a possible IPO candidate. Read More
Big Orange on the NYSE
Hot on the heels of Wayfair, HubSpot sets IPO terms; both could go public within a week in October
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Last Friday, Wayfair filed paperwork with the SEC that gave the details of its expected IPO. Trading under the symbol "W', Wayfair will price its stock between $25 and $28, looking to raise $308 million. From what I hear, that IPO is likely to happen on Oct. 2. This morning, HubSpot updated its paperwork with the SEC, indicating that it expects to offer its IPO shares for between $19 and $21. Read More
What is Big Orange up to?
HubSpot: We're not trying to replace Salesforce, we want to be a Boston anchor company
HubSpot founders Dharmesh Shah and Brian Halligan (image via HubSpot)
Yesterday, HubSpot launched a new customer relationship management system, HubSpot CRM, and a new product, Sidekick, which it calls a sales acceleration product. Immediate reaction was that the inbound marketing company is going after the large market share of the current king of the CRM space, Salesforce. Read More