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HubSpot Singapore (Singapore) Reviews

  • "Proud to work at SingSpot"

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Account Executive in Singapore (Singapore)
    Current Employee - Account Executive in Singapore (Singapore)
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at HubSpot full-time (More than 5 years)


    I feel extremely lucky to have been able to call HubSpot home for the past several years. I believe our senior leadership team has done a tremendous job of listening to our customers, employees and investors and as a result has hit the mark in getting our product roadmap and go to market strategy right. Our financials, online reviews, ENPS and customer NPS scores are objective proof of this.

    It's incredibly rare in a several thousand person company to be able to work this autonomously and see the tangible impact you can make as 1 employee. This is even more evident in our developing and emerging market groups such as Southeast Asia, India and Japan.

    I believe that every employee is trusted and encouraged by leadership to drive strategic initiatives which can impact the company's growth, our customer's experience and the community's adoption of best in class marketing/sales/customer service strategies.

    I'm surrounded by some of the most intelligent, driven, and creative people I've ever had the pleasure of working with. This team constantly pushes me to level up my knowledge and skills, and hold myself to a higher standard.

    Very confident in our product and the people we have in place. Excited to see what lies ahead and grateful to be a part of the journey.


    It can be easy to lose sight of how special it is be be a part of what we're building. Negativity amongst a few outliers, especially in satellite offices, can easily spread itself across teams and manifest itself as resentment. I believe it is on all of us to buck this trend.

    Advice to Management

    Increased accountability. Also, more fresh fruits?

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HubSpot Singapore (Singapore) Photos

HubSpot photo of: Our team in Singapore, affectionately known as SingSpot!
HubSpot photo of: Our Singapore Team Celebrates Chinese New Year in Style
HubSpot photo of: HubSpot launched the opening of its new Singapore office space with a traditional Singaporean Lion Dance
HubSpot photo of: The lions visit the managing director's desk to bring him or her good fortune for the remainder of their journey in the office
HubSpot photo of: The SingSpot team takes a selfie using custom HubSpot Singapore selfie sticks
HubSpot photo of: Booths in our new Singapore space

HubSpot Singapore (Singapore) Jobs

HubSpot Singapore (Singapore) Salaries

Salaries in $ (SGD)
$87,333 per year
About $7k - $8k monthly
About $7k - $8k monthly
About $89k - $168k
About $89k - $168k

HubSpot Singapore (Singapore) Interviews



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Getting an Interview




  1. Helpful (1)  

    Customer Support Specialist Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Singapore (Singapore)
    No Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Difficult Interview


    I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at HubSpot (Singapore (Singapore)) in February 2020.


    Round 1
    - Online Video Interview with 4 situational questions, instructions were easy to follow and duration was not long

    Round 2
    - 1-hour phone interview with Charmaine who provided feedback on how I can improve on subsequent interviews. Feedback was useful in learning about my strengths and weaknesses.

    Round 3
    - Role Play + Behavioral Questions Interview:
    The interviewer was professional and friendly. She provided valuable feedback on how the role play went and what I can improve on when interacting with customers. The format of the role play was aligned with the instructions given to prepare for the interview.

    - Product Demo + Behavioral Questions Interview:
    Disappointed to say, it was a bad experience and a very uncomfortable session for me.

    1. The Product Demo title was very misleading, I researched on what is a product demo by reading HubSpot's blog and even clarified instructions but what was expected by the interviewer was different. Instructions provided for the preparation of the "product demo" were not aligned with what the interviewer wanted. I felt that I wasted a lot of time (approx 2 weeks) researching, exploring, experimenting with the software features/uses just to create a "product demo". But all of that was not welcomed in the interview, I was even penalized for going through the "product demo" because it was not what the interviewer was expecting. I was very confused. I understand that the interviewer might want to test on adaptability during the interview itself but if it is totally off from what the given instructions were during the preparation phase + if no further instructions were given at the start of the interview on how the format of the "product demo" should be + open-ended instructions on the "product demo" were provided, it is only natural for the interviewee to conduct the "product demo" that was prepared. It is not very fair to penalise the interviewee and jump into conclusions about the interviewee. Also, it is not very fair for the interviewee who has spent effort, energy and time on preparing the so-called "product demo". The interviewer was judgemental and tend to make assumptions. Instead of listening to explanations, the interviewer jumped into conclusions based on what he thinks and believes.

    2. There is a very fine line between interviewing to understand how the candidate fits the role and probing too much into someone's life. There is also a difference in giving valuable feedback and generalizing based on assumptions/stereotypes. The whole behavioral interview session was very uncomfortable for me. I felt that it was more like a counseling session than an interview session because some of the questions asked were too personal and inappropriate for an interview. The interviewer was not very professional.

    Overall, it would have been a great interview process without the last product demo and interview segment.

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