RedShelf

RedShelf was developed to provide the fastest and easiest way to make digital content readily available for anyone to read anywhere. Our holistic approach provides a secure location for readers and publishers to share, sell, distribute and acquire eBooks, eTextbooks, academic papers, presentations and other digital documents. We strive to create the best digital reading technology while simplifying the process to securely convert and digitize content. Our expanding content catalog ranges from leading academic publishers, trade publishers, independent publishers, self-publishers, and a number of business entities. Our BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) technology is accessible on any web-browser based device with no dedicated reader or application to download. RedShelf’s robust cloud reader provides users with familiar tools such as bookmarking, highlighting, and note-taking to optimize their digital reading experience. Getting started is easy and simple just SIGN-UP, SEARCH, BUY or UPLOAD your digital content. Then, you are free to read anytime and anywhere you go!
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Chicago, US
Founded
2010
Size (employees)
41 (est)+3%
RedShelf was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Chicago, US

Key People at RedShelf

Greg Fenton

Greg Fenton

Co-Founder & CEO
Scott Kelly

Scott Kelly

CTO
Tom Scotty

Tom Scotty

COO
Tim Haitaian

Tim Haitaian

Co-Founder & CFO
Shannon Godfrey

Shannon Godfrey

Sales & Marketing Director

RedShelf Office Locations

RedShelf has an office in Chicago
Chicago, US (HQ)
600 215 W Superior St

RedShelf Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2010

Total Funding

$3 m

Latest funding size

$2 m

Time since last funding

over 2 years

Investors

RedShelf's latest funding round in January 2015 was reported to be $2 m. In total, RedShelf has raised $3 m

Traffic Overview of RedShelf

RedShelf Online and Social Media Presence

RedShelf News and Updates

RedShelf raises $4M to shake up college textbook market

 Walk through a bookstore and you can see $5.99 paperbacks along one wall and omg-how-much? college textbooks along the other. E-textbook company RedShelf today announced it raised a $4 million Series B from Coniston Capital, with participation from existing investors, including the National Associa…

RedShelf Company Life and Culture

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