So far.

Founded by Chris Yoko in 2009, we began as a small consulting firm, guiding organizations through the world of web design and social media. As our team grew, we increased our service roster to include tactical execution.

In 2014, we were fortunate enough to be able to make a shift we'd been thinking about for a long time: From that point forward, we would only work with organizations who aimed to make a positive impact on the world.

Perhaps it was risky (and certainly unconventional), but life is short. We wanted to spend our time working on projects we were passionate about, with clients whose missions inspire us.

It's hard to express how incredibly proud and humbled we are, to have helped our clients save the rainforest, get life-saving healthcare to those who need it most, shelter homeless animals, build and connect brilliant communities, provide access to clean water and live up to their heroic potential.

Over the years, we've continued to grow our team with new members from throughout the country and around the world, broaden our services and increase our own positive impact.

Learn more about us, the things we believe and the organizations we've helped.

- 2009

Yoko Co founded by Chris Yoko. Business is so good he can afford to eat as much ramen as he wants.

- 2010

Company doubles in size to two people.

- 2014

We decide to only work with organizations that make a positive impact on the world. As a result, we have to fire our top client, Tony's Baby Cigars.

- 2015

We cancel our short-lived DAN2K technology podcast which averaged an audience of 7 listeners (including our CEO's mother).

- 2016

We announce our goal to positively impact 100 million people by the end of 2020. We realize how many 100 million is and immediately panic.

- 2018

We adopt "Do good. Better." as a company motto. Rejected slogans include "Do neutral. Fine." and "Where's the beef?"

- 2020

First all-hands company retreat. As a company that is mostly remote, this is the first time many of our team members meet face to face. Everyone is either taller or shorter than we expect.

- 2037

The robots win the Great Human-Robot War. We welcome our new mechanical overlords. All hail Robotron 5000.

Part of our team at our 2020 annual meeting.