Three former high school classmates — Howard Lerman, Tom Dixon, and Sean MacIsaac — team up to launch a website for friends to send each other anonymous tips.
Howard and Brian Distelburger establish a new lead-generation service, with humble beginnings in a one-room office in Columbus Circle.
The service, now known as Yext, shifts to a pay-per-call model
After selling the pay-per-call portion of the business, Yext makes moves — not just to a listings focus, but to a new headquarters at NYC's historic Met Life Tower as well.
Yext's initial public offering (IPO) on the New York Stock Exchange. Yext continues to grow and expands to offices around the globe.
Yext transforms its brand, introducing the concept of brandverified answers and its new logo. Yext Answers launches, transforming the company and dramatically expanding its addressable market
At 1,300+ employees strong, Yext prepares to move from its longtime HQ to the Yext Building in Chelsea, surrounded by tech giants like Google and Apple, during the summer.