Cloud-based inbound marketing and sales software platform provider, HubSpot, listed on the Nasdaq Market in October 2014, and shares have not looked back since. The company beat on 1Q15 earnings and guided 2Q15 and FY15 higher than consensus. CEO Brian Halligan tells TheStreet's Jill Malandrino consumers' lifestyle and shopping habits have changed and marketers need to change the way they market and target sales efforts to match that. HubSpot develops platforms to help businesses align with the new reality to grow. Halligan says the focus is on investing in new product developments and international expansion to drive future growth.
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