There are a few legal documents that are especially important to life at HubSpot -- to us, our customers, our prospects, and just plain old users of our website. To make it easy to find the information you’re looking for, we’ve assembled them all here under one roof and provided you with a quick rundown below of what you’ll find in each one. We might make versions of these legal documents available in languages other than English. If we do, the English version will govern our relationship - the translated version is provided for convenience only and will not be interpreted to modify the English version. You can find the translated versions we have available here.
This agreement applies to your HubSpot subscription, if you’ve got one. If you’re a HubSpot customer or just thinking about becoming one, you’ll want to spend some time reviewing this one.
Our EU member state customers can enter into a data processing agreement with us, which includes the Standard Contractual Clauses (a.k.a. the Model Clauses.) This data processing agreement is what we call our Data Processing Annex to the HubSpot Customer Terms of Service. You might be interested to read this, since under current European data privacy laws, the Standard Contractual Clauses are one valid way to ensure adequate safeguards are in place for personal data transfer from the EU to the U.S.
If you use our website (HubSpot.com, which is in fact the site you’re reading this on at this very moment), then this document is for you. Among other things, it talks about what constitutes a legitimate use of our website.
If you use any of our products, services, or apps, this is the definitive rulebook that lays out what’s okay to do with them and what’s not. It talks about important things like email best practices. You know you love those.
If you're one of our valued partners that participates in our Partner Program, you're going to want to read this one. These terms apply to your participation in our Partner Program and contain all sorts of important stuff, like eligibility criteria for revenue shares.