Evernote Names Ken Gullicksen as Chief Operating Officer

Thu Feb 7, 2013 3:01am EST

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REDWOOD CITY, Calif.,  Feb. 7, 2013  /PRNewswire/ -- Evernote, the company
that's helping the world remember everything, today appointed  Ken Gullicksen 
as Chief Operating Officer. Ken's responsibilities include investor relations,
corporate development, sales and global support. Ken will also lead Evernote
Business, the company's SMB- and team-focused offering. Previously, Ken had
served as VP of Corporate Development for Evernote. Prior to becoming an
employee, he led the first Silicon Valley venture round in Evernote as a general
partner at Morgenthaler Ventures and served on Evernote's Board of Directors.

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"Ken has played a key role in Evernote's strategy and execution including
heading up our five acquisitions to date and the successful rollout of
Evernote's  China-based service Yinxiang Biji," said  Phil Libin, CEO of
Evernote. "As COO, Ken will be instrumental in continuing to foster strategic
initiatives, building on the momentum we're seeing with Evernote Business and
developing efficient services to support our entire global operation."

Evernote Business represents a significant expansion of Evernote's target market
with its focus on the global SMB community. Over 2,000 small and medium-sized
businesses, and work groups within larger organizations have signed on to
Evernote Business since its  December 2012  launch. Forty percent of those
initial sign-ups have come from outside the  U.S.A.  indicating strong interest
from the global user base.

Ken is leading the continued global roll out of Evernote Business into new
markets with a unified sales and support team. Beginning today, Evernote
Business is newly available in 26 countries across  Europe.  Australia  and New
Zealand will join the list next week with a  February 12th  launch. The service
is expected to be available in more than 50 additional countries including
important markets in  Latin America  and  Asia Pacific  by mid-year.

Prior to Evernote, Ken was a general partner at Morgenthaler Ventures for over
10 years. He started his career as an engineer at Sun Microsystems before
shifting focus to business strategy, market development, and engineering
management at companies including Nortel Networks, Hitachi-Raychem Display
Systems, and Sun Microsystems. Ken holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate
School of Business and a BS in electrical engineering from  San Jose State

Evernote Company Profile
Evernote is helping the world remember everything by building innovative
products and services that allow individuals to capture, find and interact with
their memories. Evernote apps are available on all major computer, web, mobile,
and tablet platforms. For more information, please visit:http://www.evernote.com

For more information about Evernote or Evernote Business, please contact:

Ronda Scott

SOURCE  Evernote

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