Multi-platform memory enhancing service provider Evernote (granted, you have to use it to know what that means) has added author, speaker and angel investor Timothy Ferriss to its already quite impressive circle of company advisors.
In case you’re not familiar with Evernote: its self-stated goal is to give its users near-perfect memory by allowing them to save and find their ideas and experiences whenever and wherever they like. The company must be doing something right: they’ve attracted over $25 million in funding from VCs and prominent angel investors and recently surpassed 3 million users.
Ferriss, a productivity and life management expert, will provide strategic counsel as Evernote continues to develop and grow its service into new regions and markets, reads the official press release. Ferriss, says he was introduced to Evernote through Twitter, and that he found it be “a fantastic asset” while he wrote his last book, The 4-Hour Workweek.
We recently had an interesting conversation with Ferriss about his angel investment and advisory activities, which we captured on video. You might be inclined to check it out as well.