BiblioLabs' new app may redefine libraries and help Charleston become a high-tech hub
Move over, Random House. Step aside, Penguin. Get the hell out of the way, Knopf. The publishing world has a new king, Charleston-based BiblioLabs.
"Today, we are the largest publisher in the world," BiblioLabs CEO and co-founder Andrew Roskill declares inside the Flagship 2 offices on Alexander Street. And he has the numbers to prove it. BiblioLabs has five million books, articles, and applications in their arsenal. According to Inc. magazine, that translated into $17.5 million in revenue for the 25-employee company in 2011.