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Brian Halligan
  • Industry

    Software

  • Location

    Cambridge, MA

  • Social Media
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Brian Halligan

Cofounder and Executive Chairperson, HubSpot

BIOGRAPHY

Why a Tech Power Player?

For changing the tech startup landscape and creating the largest software company in the state.

Brian Halligan is the cofounder and executive chairperson of HubSpot, a customer relationship management platform based in Cambridge. Prior to starting HubSpot, Halligan was a venture partner at Longworth Ventures, VP of sales at Groove Networks, and a senior VP of sales at PTC. He has coauthored two books on marketing and is a senior lecturer at MIT's Sloan School Of Management.

He has a BSEE from the University Of Vermont and an MBA from MIT's Sloan School Of Management.

CAREER MILESTONES

2014

HubSpot went public in one of the Boston area's most anticipated IPOs

2009

Became a senior lecturer at MIT

2006

Cofounded HubSpot and became CEO

2000

Ran sales for Groove Networks, later acquired by Microsoft

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TECH POWER PLAYERS 50 | RANKED #2

Brian Halligan

Cofounder and Executive Chairperson, HubSpot

Brian Halligan
  • Industry

    Software

  • Location

    Cambridge, MA

  • Social Media

BIOGRAPHY

Why a Tech Power Player?

For changing the tech startup landscape and creating the largest software company in the state.

Brian Halligan is the cofounder and executive chairperson of HubSpot, a customer relationship management platform based in Cambridge. Prior to starting HubSpot, Halligan was a venture partner at Longworth Ventures, VP of sales at Groove Networks, and a senior VP of sales at PTC. He has coauthored two books on marketing and is a senior lecturer at MIT's Sloan School Of Management.

He has a BSEE from the University Of Vermont and an MBA from MIT's Sloan School Of Management.

CAREER MILESTONES

2014

HubSpot went public in one of the Boston area's most anticipated IPOs

2009

Became a senior lecturer at MIT

2006

Cofounded HubSpot and became CEO

2000

Ran sales for Groove Networks, later acquired by Microsoft

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HubSpot brings conference back to Boston

HubSpot brings conference back to Boston

New CEO taking over at the Hult Prize foundation in Cambridge

New CEO taking over at the Hult Prize foundation in Cambridge

‘Democracy is not self-executed’: Obama talks political divides, tech’s impact, and the queen at Boston conference

‘Democracy is not self-executed’: Obama talks political divides, tech’s impact, and the queen at Boston conference

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