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Scott Brinker, VP of Platform Ecosystem at HubSpot, joins host Ishaan Shakunt on the latest episode of Hack a Stack: The Saas Tech Stack Show. They talk about how companies can build their growth stories around the HubSpot Ecosystem and how HubSpot deals with evolving needs as companies scale from startups to enterprises. They also discuss how HubSpot and the tech stacks from Martech can help companies keep pace and leverage accelerated technological evolution.
Scott Brinker, VP of Platform Ecosystem at HubSpot, joins host Ishaan Shakunt on the latest episode of Hack a Stack: The Saas Tech Stack Show.
Scott Brinker is the VP of Platform Ecosystem at HubSpot and is the Founding Chair at MarTech, a SaaS company offering technology stacks for marketers to optimize their marketing efforts. Scott started his career as a software engineer and entrepreneur, and he has a bachelor's degree in computer science from Columbia University and a Masters from Harvard.
At HubSpot, Scott is in charge of the complete ecosystem, including technology, clients, and the sales tech companies that integrate their applications with HubSpot. He is constantly striving to make HubSpot a platform that provides marketing excellence and supports growth for both startups at one end and enterprises at the other end of the growth cycle. The platform provides basic functionalities for startups and flexibility of customization for the unique needs of enterprises.
In this episode of Hack a Stack, Scott covers the challenges of achieving these goals and the milestones achieved by the platform. He also explains how technology stacks within HubSpot help bridge the gap between the fast pace of evolving technology and the measured rate of change within companies while adapting to these changes.
Tune into this episode of Hack a Stack with Scott Brinker to learn how HubSpot and MarTech are helping over 160,000 companies worldwide across a wide bandwidth of business domains to optimize marketing objectives and accelerate business growth.
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