HubSpot Gives Big Bonuses to Developers Trapped Inside Colossal CompaniesNew Prison Break Campaign to Free Experienced Software Developers From Big Companies
August 03, 2011
HubSpot, the fastest growing inbound marketing software company, is looking for experienced software developers who want to break free of their ball and chain at big companies.
In a campaign dubbed “Prison Break,” HubSpot is offering $1,000 of signing bonus for every year of “time served” at a public company or company with 1,000+ employees. Example: A senior developer with 18 years of experience at IBM will receive an $18,000 bonus when hired. Read more about the Prison Break campaign here (http://www.PrisonBreak.me).
Dharmesh Shah, HubSpot co-founder and CTO, says there are thousands of entrepreneurially-minded engineers imprisoned in big companies. They crave the energy of a startup and want to work with other awesome people. HubSpot is making it easier for them to walk out of the darkness and into the light. “The fact that we offer an awesome work environment and Macbooks with dual monitors should also help them do the right thing instead of continuing to toil away,” says Shah.
HubSpot leads the inbound marketing software industry with more than 4,900 customers in 34 countries. Established five years ago by Dharmesh Shah and Brian Halligan, HubSpot has revolutionized marketing and is consistently launching new products.
Shah recognizes that all startups are competing with each other for existing entrepreneurial talent. He says by pulling people out of big companies HubSpot can “bring amazing new talent into startups.”
For more information, email Dharmesh Shah at firstname.lastname@example.org directly. He doesn’t have a bat phone, but he’s on email all hours of the day and night, and considers it his mission to pull the world’s best talent into startups.
HubSpot, Inc. offers an all-in-one inbound marketing software platform that has helped more than 4,900 companies in 34 countries increase the number of visitors to their websites and convert more of those visitors to leads and customers. Applications in the software platform include website management, blogging, search engine optimization, lead management, marketing analytics, email marketing, landing pages, and social media monitoring. HubSpot is also the developer of the popular website analysis tool, WebsiteGrader.com, which has more than 3 million users. HubSpot, Inc. was founded in 2006 and is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Find them at http://www.HubSpot.com.