John Feldcamp, CEO

John has spent his career building and managing content-focused services operations. After graduating from the University of Toronto in the 1980s, John spent several years in Japan deploying and managing digital publishing operations for OKI Electric, a major Japanese electronics company. In 1992, he moved to the US and founded a digital publishing subsidiary for the same firm. In 1997, John left OKI and co-founded Xlibris Corporation, a self-publishing services company.

With capital from Random House Ventures and others, John built Xlibris into a $20 million, 20% EBITDA operation publishing thousands of titles annually. After overseeing the sale of Xlibris in 2009, he and Angela Wood purchased MRT and renamed the firm Babbletype. At Babbletype, John focuses on designing and operating processes for highly efficient, large scale, low cost, reliable content delivery.


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Angela Wood, COO

Angela is a marketing and services industry veteran with more than two decades of experience in financial, operations, marketing and sales management roles. After graduating from Widener University in 1992 with a degree in business and accounting, Angela spent several years as accounting manager at the Weightman Group, a full-service advertising agency in Philadelphia, PA.

In 2000, Angela joined Xlibris at a very early stage in Finance.  For nearly a decade she and her team battled towards collective growth and profitability towards a successful exit at which point she jointly purchased MRT (now Babbletype) along with John Feldcamp.

At Babbletype, Angela balances the corporate finances at night while steadily growing client-side operations by day. She is an energetic contributor to various market research organizations, and is the current President of the Philadelphia Chapter of the Market Research Association (MRA). Please contact her to learn more.