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www.hubba.com
Toronto, ON
1 to 50 employees
2011
Company - Private
Information Technology
$1 to $5 million (CAD) per year
Unknown
Hubba's B2B Product Content Network is the easiest and most effective way for brands to share media rich product information with all of their retail and eCommerce partners.

Hubba helps to centralize product content and allows brands to ... Read more

Hubba Reviews

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Hubba Founder & CEO Ben Zifkin
Ben Zifkin
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  • "Been here 6 months, loving it"

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    Current Employee - Senior Front End Developer in Toronto, ON
    Current Employee - Senior Front End Developer in Toronto, ON
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    I have been working at Hubba full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    - Amazing people. Everyone here is friendly and brilliant in their own area of expertise.
    - Friendly and approachable management. I have a great relationship with my manager and I look forward to coming in every day.
    - The future looks really bright. We're doing great things and are up-and-coming.

    Cons

    - Benefits could be better (not a huge thing)

    Advice to Management

    Keep doing what you're doing -- I haven't a bad thing to say.

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Hubba Interviews

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    Finance & Operations Specialist Interview

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    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Hubba in April-2017.

    Interview

    Summary: HR rep, while nice, is not at all organized nor did she make me feel like my time or talent was valued. Conflicting expectations for the role confused me as a candidate.

    Got an email nearly 2 days after having applied. I remember being impressed by the quick turnaround time.

    Phone Screen: Went well. General overview of the resume and past positions and education. Was invited for an in-person interview the next day.

    Warning #1: I got an email the following morning from the HR rep stating that she forgot to note down the interview time, and proposed a time the following week (which didnt work for me). I reminded her of the original time later that afternoon, and she re-accepted. Stressful situation that could have easily been avoided.

    In-Person Interview: I was impressed by how courteous the staff were. As I was waiting, at least 4 different employees asked if I needed help.

    Met with CFO/COO. Great, deep chat and I could tell he was an intelligent guy, despite his probing for other job offers.

    Warning #2: The executive went on to describe the role as extremely operations focused, to the point where it bore no resemblance to the posting which led me to apply in the first place. This made me uneasy, as it wasn't clear to me that Hubba even knew what it was looking for.

    Afterwards I proceeded to an in person interview with the same HR rep from earlier.

    Warning #3: At one point, the HR rep was TOTALLY distracted as I answered her questions. I stopped talking, watching as she was fixated on a co-worker across the room, and proceeded to interupt me with a comment on her co-workers habits.

    Once again, questions were the exact same from the phone screen (yawn.), making me feel as if nothing had been noted down.

    Received a rejection email a few days later. When I asked for feedback, i received a nice, but generic message that didnt help me at all.

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Company Updates

  • Hubba and Ladies Learning Code partnering to provide tangible tech skills to women living in Nellie's Shelter and in their Outreach Program

    Here's a list of Canadian tech initiatives for international women's day

    For international women's day, several Toronto-based startups have announced initiatives that remove barriers to women entering the tech industry, or support those already in it. Here's a roundup of a few initiatives to expect. Hubba and Ladies Learning Code are partnering to launch a pilot program at the Nellie's shelter for women oppressed by violence, poverty, and homelessness.

  • Ben had a great chat with BNN about the Toronto Tech community and Hubba

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Hubba Awards & Accolades

  • Technology Fast 50™ Companies-to-Watch, Deloitte, 2014

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