Meet the Hubler

Ron Gorodetsky

Ron is a serial entrepreneur, having started multiple small ventures including a software company which has bootstrapped to over half a million in sales. Ron brings years of experience in managing operations, sales development, and technical product management.
Board Director & Co-founder

What’s a Rich Text element?

The rich text element allows you to create and format headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, images, and video all in one place instead of having to add and format them individually. Just double-click and easily create content.

Static and dynamic content editing

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How to customize formatting for each rich text

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We sat down with
to ask
a few questions...
Why do you think people should be interested in joining Hubly?

We’re building something much bigger than ourselves. Both in our product, but especially with our team.

I know that’s something I’ve always missed before, and I’m not saying our culture is for everyone – but for those that it clicks for, this will be a place where you will get to experience an opportunity to do some of your life’s best work with people you enjoy working with!

What is the one Hubly value that drives you the most?

Customer Obsession. Everything started with Louis and I huddled around a whiteboard wall with every inch covered with the results of user research.

It’s something that drives the team to this day and allows us to build an experience that users love! We want our users to love their work, and I think that this value allows us the opportunity to make that possible. 

When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?

A combat pilot in the RCAF. I became a glider pilot at 16 and a private pilot at 17, but I took a detour through business school where I started 4 companies, studied computer science, and set myself firmly down the entrepreneurship path.

What could you give a 30-minute presentation about with no advance preparation?

Having spent 2,000+ hours working directly with financial advisory teams, I find myself speaking on many topics with very little notice. My favorite part about presenting is the rapid exchange of ideas and questions that occur during. I always find myself surprised by unprompted discussions that take place, sometimes months later, with people who attended.