Our talented and passionate team of HubSpot platform architects, inbound marketing content engineers, digital design artists, writers, integration specialists, and strategists help mission-oriented companies succeed, and grow. We do so by leveraging the dynamic marketing and sales platform HubSpot to achieve sustainable growth through thoughtful, innovative, and effective solutions.
We build beautiful and highly functional websites and digital assets. We create truly exceptional content. Our consultative approach to business development and client retention makes us a trusted advisor and partner to an ever-expanding roster of businesses spanning a diverse array of industries—from fintech and finance to cybersecurity, renewable energy, sustainable packaging, anti-racism and climate justice education, and many more.
Just as our namesake hyphae provide vital nutrients and minerals to the root systems of vast forests, so too do we supply lifeblood services to extraordinary businesses who individually and collectively create positive change.
At the core of all this is our longstanding guiding philosophy.
Grow For Good™
It’s our motto, the name of one of our podcasts, and encapsulates who we are as an organization. It is the driving force behind everything we do.
We believe that companies can be profitable and wield a positive impact. The two are not mutually exclusive. Whether producing eco-friendly goods, implementing environmentally conscious business practices, reinvesting revenue into philanthropic causes, instituting DEI hiring practices, ensuring website accessibility to those with disabilities, or creating incentives for employee volunteerism—there are myriad ways to do so.
We are committed to partnering with clients who share these values and prioritize meaningful social impact through the products they sell and services they provide. Making the world a better place may not be a typical offering or prerequisite of a traditional marketing agency, but we state it here because it truly matters to us.
Testament to this is our award-winning social justice podcast News Beat, our podcast Grow For Good highlighting mission-driven companies helping to improve the world, our founding partnership with service directory and digital inclusion resource nexus InclusionHub, and our current journey to achieving B Corp certification.
Our mission and vision is to generate excess capital for our employees and clients to do positive things in the public good.
Internally, we pledge to our team members:
- Financial Security
- Career Development
- Safe Work Environment
- Carbon Neutrality to Our Best Capability
- Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Hiring Practices
- Financial Transparency
- Legal Accountability
- Competitive Benefits
- Training & Education
- Job Flexibility
- Culture Code
- Remote Working
- Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Educational Presentations
- Monthly Health Food Stipend & Subscription
- Mindfulness & Wellness Checks
- Employee Ownership Opportunities
We promise our clients:
- Improved Efficiencies
- Increased Revenue
- Greater Clarity & Focus
- Enhanced Retention Rates
- Personalized Guidance
- Innovative Solutions
- Better Brand Awareness
- More Leads
- Transparent Reporting
- Detailed Analytics
- Greater Exposure
- Improved Search Engine Rankings
- More Site Traffic
- Dedicated Team Members
- Extraordinary Content & Design
- Improved Accessibility
As we continue down this path toward greater transparency, equality and mindfulness, we highlight the work and services of several ongoing in-house projects and initiatives, as well as clients and partners from our ever-growing roster, engaged in changing the world.
This multi-award-winning social justice podcast and alternative news site embodies the heart and soul of Hypha HubSpot Development, shining a light on underreported issues, people, and initiatives in the public good through a unique blend of independent journalism and independent hip hop.
Mass incarceration, press freedoms, systemic racial injustices, civil liberties, human rights, the climate crisis—News Beat podcast melds insights from academics, activists, and others tackling these topics with current and historical audio snippets, and original hip-hop from a growing arsenal of indie artists.
News Beat has been recognized by The New York Times Podcast Club, pod publication and community The Bello Collective, Best of the Left podcast, and earned a growing number of accolades from the New York City and Long Island chapters of the Society of Professional Journalists; national Religious News Association; CUNY Graduate School of Journalism Center for Community and Ethnic Media; and global Signal Awards; among others.
Can businesses succeed by doing good? The answer is a resounding “Yes!!” Hosted by Hypha CEO Jed Morey, our Grow For Good podcast introduces listeners to business leaders who have grown their companies by doing good things.
Grow For Good spotlights guests spanning a diverse spectrum of industries, from software development and fashion to clothing manufacturing, communications consultancy, waste management, and many more. HubSpot CEO and Co-Founder Brian Halligan, McPherson Strategies CEO and Founder Susan McPerson, American Organic Energy CEO Charles Vigliotti, Mable COO and Co-Founder Emma Grose, Be My Eyes VP of Community Will Butler, and Bombas CEO and Co-Founder David Heath are just a few.
Much more than a podcast, Grow For Good captures the ethos of the Hypha family, and by raising awareness about the companies featured, helps to foster our shared mission of making this world a better place by doing extraordinary things with meaningful social impact.
InclusionHub is an online, crowd-sourced database and directory of businesses and services committed to helping improve digital inclusion and accessibility. A community-driven resource, users recommend and review companies, platforms, apps, and other tools that enhance the online experience for those with disabilities and other marginalized groups.
Hypha content engineers collaborate with fellow Founding Partners Salesforce, Fable, and Be My Eyes to highlight important issues within this space, raise awareness, and help make improvements. They conduct interviews with those directly affected, profile innovative companies, and publish these as posts on the InclusionHub site—further spreading the word about leaders and businesses who are helping to make the internet more accessible.
Hypha joined forces with Fable and its accessibility evangelist Sam Proulx to launch 'The InclusionHub Podcast,' featuring a diverse list of guests spanning the disability rights movement and ongoing mission of improving accessibility, for all. The late, internationally recognized human rights advocate Judith Heumann was among these.
InclusionHub is much more than a website and online resource. It is a community of like-minded people and businesses striving to make the web—and world—a better, more inclusive place!
Clients & Partners
This revolutionary anaerobic digester facility will convert 180,000 tons of organic waste into renewable energy, compost and fertilizer, among other sustainable byproducts—reducing the New York metropolitan region’s greenhouse gas emissions by 40,000 tons annually.
AOE is the brainchild of the Vigliotti family—owners and operators of Long Island Compost, which recycles hundreds of thousands of tons of leaves, grass clippings, and other landscape-related materials annually.
Together, these services are helping combat climate change and global warming, protecting our collective future.
Bitfocus, Inc. is a software company committed to using data and technology to transform Human Services and drive positive social change. It empowers communities nationwide to utilize technology, data, and policy to improve their systems of care.
Its SaaS software, Clarity Human Services, is a powerful tool that connects the most vulnerable populations to the most effective services and resources available—all while streamlining the service provider workflow and providing the analytics necessary to support informed decision-making.
More than 75 communities across the nation rely on Bitfocus to achieve their collective goal of ending homelessness.
Be My Eyes is a free mobile app with one main goal: to make the world more accessible for blind and low-vision people. The app connects blind and low-vision individuals with sighted volunteers and companies from all over the world through a live video call.
Since its launch in January 2015, more than 4 million volunteers have signed up to assist blind and low-vision users, who can request assistance in more than 180 languages. This makes the app the biggest online community for blind and low-vision people, as well as one of the largest micro-volunteering platforms in the world.
Founded by sisters Cynthia Sansone and Rachel DeMolfetto in honor of their mother Mildred DeMolfetto, Mondays at Racine provides proven mind-body-derived health, beauty and wellness services to woman, men and young adults undergoing treatment for any kind of cancer—100 percent free of charge.
The foundation offers more than 17 oncology-specific services aimed at improving overall strength and reducing anxiety during what can be an overwhelming and taxing time, both physically and emotionally. The Mondays at Racine family focuses on the whole person and not just the disease, helping build self-esteem, restore confidence, and provide much-needed comfort and peace of mind.
Since 2003, Mondays at Racine has helped more than 10,000 individuals and countless families overcome the physical burden and stressors associated with cancer.
Harnessing the renewable energy of the sun to minimize or even eliminate electricity costs for home and business owners—and slashing carbon emissions and their associated footprints in the process—Clean Energy USA is protecting the environment with each and every solar panel it installs.
Delaware’s leading and largest solar panel installer, its highly trained team of solar experts handle everything from planning and design to installation and finalizing the documentation for significant state and federal tax incentives.
This eco-friendly company reduces fossil fuel incineration, thereby fighting pollution, harmful greenhouse gases, and global warming and climate change—helping ensure cleaner air and a brighter tomorrow for future generations.
In 2008, the Canadian prime minister issued a formal apology on behalf of the government for its residential school system, which for more than 100 years, contributed to the mass indoctrination of more than 150,000 Indigenous children. In 2015, an official Truth and Reconciliation Commission published its findings that the program amounted to “cultural genocide,” and put forth 94 calls to action to assist in a national healing process.
Reconciliation Education has created critical tools to help in this mission. Its ready-to-use unit for online and in-classroom learning, titled ‘4 Seasons of Reconciliation,’ includes a comprehensive step-by-step teacher’s guide and professional development portal to assist educators in teaching students about this dark period in Canada’s history—spreading awareness and tolerance of its many Indigenous peoples and their cultures.
These bilingual online resources promote a renewed relationship with Indigenous peoples and Canadians, through transformative and engaging anti-racism learning.
The world is at a historical and collective tipping point regarding climate change and global warming, and leading the charge in combating this existential threat and its countless associated perils through education and direct and indirect action is Global Optimism, a news and media website and podcast publisher.
Founded by Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac, Global Optimism works to inspire and catalyse transformations across our economies by building partnerships and campaigns with leaders from all sectors, and inspiring citizen actions. Its influential podcast Outrage + Optimism features critical insights from activists, academics, industry leaders, state officials, and many more to highlight the immediacy of our crisis and provide meaningful solutions to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 and set us on a more sustainable path.
Headquartered in San Francisco, Salesforce is one of the world’s leading customer relationship management (CRM) platforms, seamlessly integrating companies’ marketing, sales, commerce, service, and IT teams across a diverse spectrum of industries spanning the globe.
The company is also serious about improving DEI and digital accessibility, joining forces with Hypha as a client, and with InclusionHub as a Founding Partner. It has set significant milestones and ambitious objectives along the road to creating a culture of Equality for all—whether that’s championing racial equality and justice or diversifying its team. Among these, Salesforce aims to have 50 percent of its U.S. workforce composed of underrepresented groups by 2023.
To reach its goals and accelerate its progress, Salesforce has launched multiple new initiatives and expanded its existing programs to foster and support access, retention, belonging, and fairness at every stage of the employee journey. From more inclusive recruiting and Equality Mentorship to monthly scorecards detailing hiring and promotional data, and more, by gender and race—the company remains committed to creating, in its words: "a workplace that reflects the diverse communities around us and where everyone feels seen, heard, valued, and empowered to succeed."