AWS and HubSpot sign three-year collaboration to support startups

The expanded partnership will provide members of each company's platforms greater access to each other's software in an effort to grow the startup ecosystem


On December 11, HubSpot announced it has entered a three-year collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to support the startup ecosystem in an effort to help early-stage companies "grow better".

To achieve this, HubSpot will leverage AWS services to expand its platform. Furthermore, as part of the collaboration HubSpot will also provide members of its Connect and HubSpot for Startups programs with added benefits from AWS.

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"At HubSpot, our mission is to help millions of organizations grow better. I've been a passionate supporter of startups ever since HubSpot was a startup itself," said Dharmesh Shah, CTO and co-founder of HubSpot.

"Collaborating with AWS will allow us to better serve the startup community as we continue to scale with our customers and partners," Shah added.

HubSpot already provides AWS Activate members with access to HubSpot for Startups and through this expanded partnership AWS will begin to provide AWS Activate members with memberships and credits to the HubSpot for Startups program.

"HubSpot has earned a reputation as a leading growth platform and for their standout CRM and marketing automation software for SMBs," commented Terry Wise, global VP of worldwide channels and alliances at AWS. "We look forward to continue working with HubSpot as they help startups around the world leverage AWS services and grow their business."

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