HubSpot to create 450 Dublin jobs

Business software player HubSpot has revealed plans to create 450 new jobs in Dublin as it opens new state-of-the-art offices dubbed HubSpot House.

HubSpot, a leader In sales and marketing tools for businesses, initially came to Dublin in 2013 to create 150 jobs.

Since then, the team and office fondly known as ‘DubSpot’ has more than tripled in size, outgrowing its original space and expanding across One and Two Dockland Central. Most recently in 2016, HubSpot shared it would hire an additional 320 Dublin-based employees over three years.

“The EMEA headquarters based in Dublin plays a strategic role in HubSpot’s global operations and it is very pleasing to see a great diversity of roles from engineering to sales being carried out here”

Today (4 March) HubSpot’s Dublin operations – also known as DubSpot – have revealed that as well as opening Hubspot House, the company will commit to creating 450 new jobs by 2023 to serve the Europe, Middle East and African (EMEA) markets.

All of HubSpot’s business functions will continue to expand in Ireland — from building core software as an engineer to supporting our global and diverse customer base in sales and services roles. Positions will be available in our Docklands offices, HubSpot House, as well as fully remote across Ireland.

“We opened our EMEA headquarters in Dublin to help HubSpot’s global customers grow better, and to create an opportunity for talented individuals in product, engineering, sales, services, and marketing to have real customer impact across the market,” said JD Sherman, HubSpot’s President and Chief Operating Officer.

“Our growth in Dublin has exceeded our expectations, which is a testament to the team and their hard work in building world-class products, delivering exceptional service to our customers, and creating an inclusive and award-winning culture. HubSpot House is a great space to build upon the fantastic work already achieved, and our commitment to talent growth will continue to drive growth for HubSpot globally.”

Inclusive environment

Lobby of HubSpot offices in Dublin.

Since day one, DubSpot has been committed to building an inclusive environment where employees can grow both personally and professionally while being their true selves.

In 2019, HubSpot Dublin was recognised as the #5 Best Workplace in Ireland by Great Place To Work, and a Best Workplace for Women in Ireland.

“HubSpot’s continued commitment to growth in Ireland is evidence of the team’s hard work and success here,” said IDA Ireland CEO Martin Shanahan.

“The EMEA headquarters based in Dublin plays a strategic role in HubSpot’s global operations and it is very pleasing to see a great diversity of roles from engineering to sales being carried out here. I also commend the company for creating remote jobs, which will tap into the strong talent pool in regional locations.”

Written by John Kennedy (john.kennedy3@boi.com)

Published: 4 April, 2020