The Scholastic publishes books, magazines and other reading materials for children.
Scholastic is headquartered in New York, New York. Scholastic brings in 172.6 thousand dollars in revenue per employee. Scholastic’s main competitor is Wiley, led by Brian A. Napack, who is their president and CEO. Scholastic has 1,284 subscribers.
Scholastic’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding and Acquisitions
Scholastic top competitors include: Wiley, Random House, Simon & Schuster, Teachtopia, HMH, Knowledge Delivery Systems, HarperCollins, Penguin Random House, Susan Allison-dean and Planetbookgroupie.
Together they raised more than 235.1 million people out of approximately 23.3 thousand employees. Scholastic employs 9,700 people and is ranked second among the top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors average 3,197 people.
- Website: scholastic.com
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- Founded: 1920
- Est. Annual Revenue: $1.7B
- Est. Employees: 9,700
- Headquarters: 557 Broadway New York, New York 10012
Wiley is one of Scholastic’s main competitors. Wiley was founded in 1807 in Hoboken, New Jersey. Like Scholastic, Wiley also works in the publishing industry. Wiley brings in $ 157.7 million more in revenue than Scholastic.
Random House is Scholastic’s main competitor. Random House was founded in 1966 and is headquartered in New York, New York. Like Scholastic, Random House also competes in the publishing industry. Random Home brings in $ 1.6 billion less in revenue than Scholastic.
Simon & Schuster
Simon & Schuster is considered one of the main competitors of Scholastic. Simon & Schuster is headquartered in New York, NY and was founded in 1924. Like Scholastic, Simon & Schuster also works in the publishing industry. Simon & Schuster generates 48% of Scholastic’s revenue.