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September 18, 2020
Hello, and welcome to Getting More Done With Evernote, Episode 011.
In this episode
- The Future of Evernote: A Conversation with Ian Small, CEO of Evernote
I’m your host, Ray Sidney-Smith, Evernote user since 2009, Evernote Certified Consultant and Evernote Regional Leader for North America. As you can imagine, I love Evernote. And, with Getting More Done With Evernote, I hope to help everyone love Evernote, or at least enjoy digital note-taking, a little more with each episode.
My special guest today, in honor of the newly-released Evernote apps for iOS and iPadOS, is Ian Small, CEO of Evernote.
About Ian Small
Ian Small is CEO at Evernote, the app that launched a personal productivity movement for knowledge workers around the world. Under Ian’s leadership, Evernote has found the courage to get back to basics, launching a new era for the company and building upon a decade of growth.
Ian brings more than 25 years of global product, technology, and business leadership experience to his current role. Trained as an engineer, Ian's career has evolved from designing and building user experiences at Apple into product leadership and large-scale business management as CEO of TokBox and global Chief Data Officer for Telefónica SA.
In addition to his current role at Evernote, Ian sits on the board of directors for Lumentum and is an advisory board member for Alphabet subsidiary Loon (a graduate of Google’s X Lab). He holds a Master of Science degree in Computer Science, a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Engineering Science from the University of Toronto, and has earned more than 10 patents.
This is also a worthwhile read of a recent interview of Ian Small: Evernote’s CEO on the company’s long, tricky journey to fix itself
Here is the transcript of the conversation:
That’s all for now. To learn more and follow me @rsidneysmith (Twitter), and please visit gettingmoredonewithevernote.com. I’m Ray Sidney-Smith, Evernote Certified Consultant, for Getting More Done With Evernote. Here’s to your productive life.