BiblioLabs Relocates Corporate Headquarters to Wharf District in Charleston, South Carolina
Jun. 24, 2009Charleston Digital Corridor
BiblioLabs is a software, Internet and media company with a focus on using technology to bring hard-to-find historic content back to life in formats such as print and e-books. The Company’s BiblioLife Division (www.bibliolife.com) works in cooperation with libraries and other cultural institutions to provide digitization solutions that help preserve knowledge and make content available to patrons, researchers and consumers and build private sector self-sustaining revenue streams.
“There is a definite feeling of momentum this area exhibits,” said Bob Holt. “We also wanted to maintain our roots in the Charleston Renewal Community, due to its urban diversity, growth and vibrancy.”
Charleston Mayor, Joseph P. Riley, Jr. welcomed the relocation of BiblioLabs to the Digital Corridor’s Wharf District. Citing the recent development of the Flagship – Charleston’s premier co-working business environment, he stated, “the city of Charleston continues to making all the necessary program and infrastructure investments to support our innovation economy and BiblioLabs’ location to our beautiful city validates this commitment.”
About BiblioLabs, LLC
BiblioLabs, LLC (www.bibliolabs.com) is a hybrid technology-internet-media business. The Company uses an advanced proprietary software solution to digitize books and then automate the creation of high quality digital files that meet the complex specifications of the leading print-on-demand (POD) distributors and other digital e-book formats. In addition to its own retail web site, the Company’s media is available in over 4,000 retail channels and distributors worldwide.
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The Charleston Digital Corridor (www.digitalcorridor.com) is a creative effort to attract, nurture and promote Charleston's knowledge economy through a combination of technology enabled initiatives and business incentives, private business support and member-driven programming.
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