Our Team

Our Core Team

At Hubbub Labs we offer some seriously talented writers, who have featured in The New York Times, the Economist, Entrepreneur Magazine, The Next Web, CrunchBase, among others.

Dan Shepherd, Director of Operations

Dan Shepherd

Director of Operations

Dan takes leadership seriously, heading up a team of nearly 100 staff and 1500 clients in his previous role as a General Manager in a top Barcelona training school. He oversaw company growth of over 40% in just two years. A man of many talents, he’s also an experienced conference speaker, event organiser and mountain enthusiast – once conquering the Pyrenees in nothing but flip flops and bermuda shorts.

George Chilton, Creative Director

George Chilton

Creative Director

George is a writer, editor and Entrepreneur Magazine contributor, with over 10 years’ experience. He is the co-founder of Cooperativa Serveis Linguistics de Barcelona, where he sits on the executive council as an advisor. Formerly an editor for Pearson education and managing editor at Publicize PR, George has worked with a range of clients such as Hallmark Cards, Microsoft, Symantec, and has ghostwritten and edited articles that have been featured top digital and print publications such as Mashable, VentureBeat, TechCrunch, and InfoQ.

Vivien Magyar, Senior Writer

Vivien Magyar

Senior Writer

Vivien has been writing since she was about 5 years old when she co-authored a picture book about a very smart rooster (sold in one, handwritten copy). Since then, she’s gone through phases of writing for a glossy luxury magazine in Budapest to covering the tech and startup scene in Barcelona for Barcelona Startup News. Nowadays she’s enjoying the life of a freelance writer, working with Hubbub Labs’ clients and various blogs and online magazines.

Victoria Stunt, Writer and Journalist

Victoria Stunt

Writer and Journalist

Victoria Stunt is a freelance journalist based in Medellin, Colombia. She has contributed to The Economist, CBC, BBC World Services and TechCrunch, among other major media outlets. Previously she was a senior writer at Publicize PR, where she worked with both Fortune 500 and startup technology companies. She holds a Bachelor of Journalism from Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada.
Emma Rosser, Editorial and Media Relations

Emma Rosser

Editorial and Media Relations

Emma‘s career in media and marketing, has spanned eight years, four continents, and hundreds of global brands. As an ad analyst, she has led international teams, optimising millions of dollars in mobile ad campaigns. As a PR writer and media relations manager she creates press copy and pitches, building bonds with editors, and crafting articles for major outlets such as Variety, TechCrunch, VentureBeat, and many more. Emma is a regular contributor to the Next Web, and she studied journalism in London, where she is once again based, creating her own Hubbub, with a British twist.

Oliver Seeley, Videographer

Oliver Seeley

Videographer

Oliver is a freelance video director and editor based in Barcelona. He works with Hubbub Labs and its clients, covering productions that range from music videos, events and promotional content.

His work is original, witty and high quality.

Oli Griffin, Reporter in Residence

Oli Griffin

Reporter in Residence

Oli Griffin is an experienced international journalist with bylines in publications as diverse as The Economist, The New York Times, Raconteur, Time, TechCrunch, The Daily Telegraph, CNN International, and many others.

Working closely with Hubbub Labs, Oli provides our clients key media insights and guidance.



Grow in content marketing by focusing on quality and not quantity.

Alex Jasin Entrepreneur Magazine

Our City

Barcelona, a city of contrasts

We call Barcelona our home. The sunny seaside city seamlessly blends the modern with the traditional, and over the centuries it has influenced writers, artists, architects, and innovators alike.

Today it is a burgeoning startup hub with an engaged and enthusiastic community of entrepreneurs.

Proudly hosting the world-famous Mobile World Congress each year in February, Barcelona is a magnet for people who love technology and creativity, but at the same time enjoy a free and relaxed lifestyle and the benefits of being in a beautiful, historic place. This conflation of qualities is fostered by the wonderful Catalan culture and it’s not uncommon find ultra-modern coworking spaces, full of developers and tech entrepreneurs, nestled among Roman columns and winding gothic streets.

See our article Barcelona isn’t the new Silicon Valley – and that’s a good thing on The Next Web for more.