The New Home Company
Develops residential real estate in California.
Larry Webb, Wayne Stelmar, Joseph Davis, and Tom Redwitz founded their real estate development business, the New Home Company, in August 2009, just as the U.S. housing market was beginning on the long road to recovery from the recession of the previous two years. New Home Company designs and builds homes across California and Arizona, and says the key to its success has been its knowledgeable management team (each of the co-founders has at least 20 years experience in the real estate business). But operating mostly in California has its risks--should the local economy take a hit, New Home Company could find itself in a crisis of its own. To protect itself against a downturn, the company says that it is taking a "disciplined" approach to acquiring land for new developments. Note: employee count as of Dec. 31, 2015
Provides digital advertising software for companies and ad agencies.
Ad tech firm TubeMogul, co-founded by Brett Wilson and John Hughes, provides an all-in-one platform for clients who wish to create video ads and then track the success of those advertising campaigns across desktop and mobile devices. As more consumers watch videos on devices other than televisions, TubeMogul believes that its ability to provide real-time analytics will set it apart from other video ad tech competitors. However, for most of the company's history, the majority of TubeMogul's revenue has come from advertisers who are creating ads for desktops; the company could soon find itself needing to catch up with competitors who already focus on mobile. TubeMogul hopes to increase its revenue over the next few years by adding digital advertising capabilities for other formats, such as social media. Note: employee count as of Dec. 31, 2015
HubSport is a leading inbound marketing, sales, service and CRM growth stack with more than 68,000 customers who use our award-winning software to attract customers.
WHY WE'RE A BEST PLACE TO WORKCulture has been a core business priority at HubSpot since the early days. In 2013, our co-founder Dharmesh Shah investigated what makes HubSpot?s culture better and codified it in the HubSpot Culture Code. We have a Global Culture Team, and use a global inclusion index to improve our diversity. We believe in listening to our employees, and leadership at HubSpot makes culture as much of a priority as our bottom line.
Distributes online coupons and discounts for a variety of retailers.
Founded by G. Cotter Cunningham, RetailMeNot bills itself as a "digital offer marketplace." On RetailMeNot's national and international websites, consumers can find coupons and savings deals that are redeemable at a variety of restaurants and retail stores. The company says that by building partnerships with more than 12,000 retailers and working with them to create offers that are exclusive to RetailMeNot's site, it's been able to set itself apart from other digital coupon sites. But in 2015, traffic to RetailMeNot's desktop site began to fall from the previous year, which could indicate trouble ahead. RetailMeNot says it plans to invest more money into developing personalization tools and other features to drive more customers to its website. Note: employee count as of Dec. 31, 2015
Develops e-commerce platforms and software for businesses.
In 2004, Tobias Lütke, Daniel Weinand, and Scott Lake, owners of an Ottawa-based ski and snowboard shop, wanted a more personalized way to sell their products online. So they created Shopify, a software company that provides customers with a bundle of tools to help create their own e-commerce store. The low cost meant that small businesses--not just gigantic retailers--could now easily have an online presence. But Shopify is now facing competition from tech giants like Amazon and Google, as well as newer startups like Square, whose payment-processing platform rivals one of the many services Shopify offers. Shopify continues to add more features to its platform in a bid to stand out. Note: employee count includes total number of both employees and contractors, as of Dec. 31, 2015