US company to create 320 jobs in Dublin

HubSpot made the announcement this morning that the new jobs will be created over the next three years.

Based in Massachusetts, HubSpot make some of the worlds leading inbound marketing and sales platforms and marketing software. They currently employ 200 people in Ireland and the new jobs will be across its sales, engineering, marketing, support and services operations.

The announcement comes as HubSpot is to officially open its new offices at One Dockland Central, formerly the Commerzbank House office block in the IFSC.

The new offices are close to their original Dublin base at North Quay Wall where the company set up operations in Ireland in September 2012 when it opened its European headquarters there.

HubSpot was founded by Brian Halligan and Dharmesh Shan in June 2006 at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). It now has more than 18,000 customers in 90 countries.

Its software offers integrated applications including social media, search engine optimisation, blogging, website content management, marketing automation, email, customer relationship management (CRM), analytics and reporting.

Announcing the expansion, Hubspot president JD Sherman said the Dublin team had played a big part in the company reaching it position at the top of the market world wide.

“HubSpot’s Dublin-based team has been core to so much of the success that we’ve seen as a company around the globe over the last three years and I am so excited for the successes that are yet to come”.

The announcement was welcomed by acting Jobs Minister Richard Bruton:

“HubSpot is a highly innovative company in a fast-growing niche within this sector, and it was clear when we first met in Boston in 2012 that they had highly ambitious plans for their Dublin expansion”.