GNYCC Community Partner Yodle will be adding 250 New Jobs
(l to r) Benjamin M. Branham, Minerva Tantoco, Court Cunningham, Mark Jaffe and Michael Gordon cutting the ribbon.
On April 21st, the Greater New York Chamber of Commerce celebrated the grand opening of Yodle's new NYC headquarters in a ribbon cutting ceremony. President of the Greater New York Chamber of Commerce, Mark Jaffe, helped cut the ribbon for Yodle's new 100,000 square foot office in the Hudson Yards neighborhood of Manhattan.
Radley Moss, Yodle Director of Corporate Communications welcomed all attendees and introduced the speakers at the event. Speakers included: Yodle COO and CFO Michael Gordon, Yodle CEO Court Cunningham, NYCEDC EVP and Chief Strategy Officer Benjamin M. Branham, NYC's first Chief Technology Officer Minerva Tantoco and President and CEO of the GNYCC Mark Jaffe.
NYCEDC EVP and Chief Strategy Officer Benjamin Branham who oversees Center for Economic Transformation, congratulated Yodle on "further fueling NYC's innovation economy."
Minerva Tantoco, who was appointed by NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio as NYC's first Chief Technology Officer in 2014, congratulated Yodle on their success.
Yodle (a Greater New York Chamber of Commerce Community Partner) is a leading local online marketing company that helps small businesses. The company first established a presence in NYC in 2006 with only 15 employees. Today the company has approximately 300 locally based employees and expects to add another 250 employees over the coming months and years. technology, product and sales.
The Greater New York Chamber of Commerce congratulates Yodle on their brand new headquarters and their decade of hard work and success.