Yext offers Digital Location Management (DLM), helping business locations reach mobile consumers across a network of app, map, directory, search engine, and social media partners including Apple, Bing, Facebook, Foursquare, Yahoo, and Yelp. Yext's mission is to enable businesses to tap into the power of location and drive face-to-face and digital interactions that boost customer engagement, build audiences, and increase sales through three core products — PowerListings, Pages, and Xone. 
Company Growth (employees)
New York, US
Size (employees)
700 (est)+3%
Yext was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in New York, US

Key People at Yext

Howard Lerman

Howard Lerman

Co-Founder & CEO
Steve Cakebread

Steve Cakebread

Tom Dixon

Tom Dixon

Brian Distelburger

Brian Distelburger

Co-Founder & President
Christian J Ward

Christian J Ward

EVP, Partnerships
Alok Bhushan

Alok Bhushan

SVP International Business

Yext Office Locations

Yext has offices in New York, McLean, Chicago, Greater London and in 1 other location
New York, US (HQ)
Yext Inc. 1 Madison Ave, 5th Fl
Berlin, DE
1 Kemperpl.
Greater London, GB
12 Golden Square
Chicago, US
2810 500 W Madison St
McLean, US
t200 7900 Westpark Dr

Yext Data and Metrics

Yext Financial Metrics


Market capitalization (22-Sep-2017)

1.2 b

Closing share price (22-Sep-2017)

Yext's current market capitalization is $1.2 b.
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Yext Market Value History

Yext Median Salaries

Source: 24 public H-1B filings from Yext

Traffic Overview of Yext

Yext Online and Social Media Presence

Yext News and Updates

Yext looks to help businesses make their information more searchable by machines

 Yext has been known for helping businesses get all their information (like location, business hours, and such) lined up correctly on the right apps and websites — and now it’s looking to make sure the rest of the pitch is right across the Internet. Yext, which went public earlier this year, said it…

Yext touts 38% revenue growth as it adds retail locations to search

 Yext, the company that powers retail location search results, reported its earnings after the bell on Wednesday, its second report since going public in April. The company showed that for the quarter ending in July it brought in $40.8 million in revenue, up 38% from the same period last year. It’s …

Yext passes its first test as a publicly traded company

 Yext’s first earnings report as a publicly traded company seems to be a boringly pleasant one — but that’s a good thing for a company that needs to show strong performance out of the gate. Read More

Yext finishes the day up 21% as IPO window remains wide open

 Yext, the company which helps businesses power their location data, went public on the New York Stock Exchange today. After pricing shares above the expected range at $11, the price rose 21% to $13.29 by the end of the first day of trading. With a client list that includes Best Buy, McDonald’s and …

Yext shares pop more than 20% in public debut

 It looks like we can add another one to the string of IPOs that at least look like they’ve been successful — with Yext, too, popping more than 20% once its shares made their debut this morning. Shares of Yext went as high as $14 or so after the company gave its final pricing at $11 last night — mea…

Yext starts trading at $14 per share, up 27% from IPO price

Yext, a 10-year-old enterprise tech business that manages “digital knowledge” — mmmkay! — started trading this morning on the New York Stock Exchange at $14 per share, up by more than 27 percent from its IPO price of $11 per share. The company was valued at around $940 million last night, MarketWatc…
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