Inbound marketing software producer HubSpot announced the official opening of its European office in Dublin, Ireland. With this new office, HubSpot aims to offer increased levels of service and support to customers they have. In fact, over 710 of their 8,600 customers are not from the United States and Canada, representing actually 56 countries all over the world.
“Global demand for inbound marketing is at an all-time high. Companies recognize that the world of marketing is undergoing a massive paradigm shift and that consumers have more resources than ever to block out traditional advertising tactics,” explained Brian Halligan, HubSpot Co-Founder and CEO. “Inbound marketing gives companies the tools they need to attract, convert, close, and delight customers at every stage of the buying cycle, delivering measurable impact. Our customers and partners have proven that inbound marketing works worldwide, and the opening of our European headquarters in Dublin demonstrates HubSpot’s ongoing commitment to customer success in Europe and around the globe.”
HubSpot previously said that it aims to create 150 jobs in Dublin over the next three years. The company already hired 30 people, and will continue to grow its team to meet the customers’ needs.
The inbound marketing software offered by HubSpot is easy to use by any European marketer, and the company also provides 24-7 customer support. Moreover, the software enables customers to create content in 12 different languages and has several other useful and necessary features, such as EU Cookie Law Compliance Tools, Keyword and Ranking Tools by Country, etc.
“Many global companies are struggling to keep up with the growing needs of customers and quantifying the impact of their marketing approach. HubSpot delivers all the tools companies need to create, deliver, monitor, and adapt their marketing, from social media to blogging to landing pages, email, and more,” said Jeetu Mahtani , Managing Director, International, for HubSpot. “Most importantly, all of our tools are integrated into one easy to use platform, making it more simple than ever for enterprises to create marketing people love, regardless of whether your company is headquartered in Dublin, Dunedin, Detroit, or Dubai.”
Shift Communications is Hubspot’s PR agency.
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