ABOUT EVERNOTE

An extension of your brain

When Stepan Pachikov, our founder, began working on the idea that eventually became Evernote, he recognized three things the human brain does: it remembers the past, builds connections, and creates new ideas for the future.

Remember everything

Evernote was founded to address a growing problem that technology helped to create: how to succeed in a world where the volume and velocity of information are constantly increasing.

Accomplish anything

People today are overwhelmed with information, and anxious about how to handle it all. Evernote helps people find focus now, in the moment, to make progress on what matters most.

Become ever better

Evernote launched the digital personal productivity movement, and has been growing ever since. More than 225 million people around the world have discovered Evernote, which is used in over 25 languages every day.

Many backgrounds, one Evernote.

We believe that different perspectives lead to better ideas. We’re continually working to create a more trusting and collaborative environment within Evernote—one where all employees can be their authentic selves.

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Stepan Pachikov

EVERNOTE ORIGINS

with founder Stepan Pachikov

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Evernote Corporation is a global, privately-owned company headquartered in Redwood City, California. We also have offices in Austin (Texas), Bothell (Washington), San Diego (California), Santiago (Chile) and Tokyo (Japan).

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