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Evernote CEO Phil Libin Announces Launch of Evernote Business at GMIC 2013

Evernote CEO Phil Libin has a lot to celebrate in Beijing this week. First things first: Evernote China, or Yinxiang Biji, turned one year old. That’s one year from Evernote China’s launch from last year’s GMIC (Libin tweeted Happy Birthday greetings to the China team on May 5). And, the more headline worthy announcement: Evernote Business (Yinxiang Biji…

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Asia’s Global Impact on Mobile and Digital

High-powered infrastructures, coupled with Asia’s culture of sharing, are driving significant growth in mobile and digital markets in the region. But it’s not stopping just there. Despite being a very fragmented market, many Asian companies have gotten excellent traction in their local markets, enough to have the horsepower to get them to leap beyond their borders…

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Evernote in China’s Cloud Note Market Making an Unexpected Impact

Evernote is doing surprisingly well in China, though it still lags behind domestic competitors in terms of users, according to the folks at TechWeb. Evernote has already won over 1.1 million Chinese users since its launch last month here at GWC’s GMIC2012. Still, Evernote’s competitors believe that the market for cloud-based note services has not…

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GMIC 2012: Phil Libin, CEO of Evernote – To Bridge Silicon Valley and Beijing

From the perspective of Evernote’s CEO Phil Libin, the leading note-taking and archiving software company, the company would not exist if it were not for the impact of today’s global and mobile technologies. He credits these technologies for creating and molding the environment in which Evernote can today pursue its main goals: to build a…

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Evernote Secures $70 Million in Financing for Overseas Expansion

It was announced late yesterday that Evernote has secured an additional $70 million in private equity for its operations. Led through financing from Meritech Capital and CBC Capital, the new round of funding aims for a company valuation of $1 billion, an impressive number for the notetaking software developer. Evernote is a suite of applications…

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Phil Libin, CEO of Evernote: Extra Memory For The Human Brain

Continuing our look at the speakers for Global Mobile Internet Conference 2012, today we’re going to look at one of our international speakers, Phil Libin.  Phil is the CEO of Evernote, the internet sensation built around helping its users remember things.  But don’t be fooled by that simple explanation, Evernote is more than a mere…

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Over 20 Industry Leaders Debate Future of Mobile Internet At GWC Dinner

This past Tuesday, GWC held a special “Monday Dinner” on Tuesday night in Barcelona.  GWC “Monday Dinners” and other closed events have started to gain a little notoriety as the events where strategic business deals are first conceived.  This event apparently showed the possibility of following suit.  GWC CEO, Wen Chu, was quoted as saying “the…

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What are the Most Innovative Mobile Apps & Services?

To prepare for the China Unicom panel on Thursday, I asked some GWC co-workers what they thought were some of the most innovative apps and services. From our view, much of the innovation in mobile is related to education, communication, cloud, voice/sound, online to offline (O2O) and social reading. These are some of the companies…

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Evernote CEO, “We Need to be in China”

Phil Libin, the CEO of Evernote, stated that “We need to be in China”.  While on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt: Beijing, he explained that he wants Evernote here, not because he sees massive numbers of potentional customers, but because he sees massive amounts of creativity going on in China. According to Phil, the goal of…

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