The founders of a Carrboro company that creates websites for politicians, businesses and nonprofits have been named by Businessweek.com among America's best young entrepreneurs.
It's a nice, national plug for the team that started New Media Campaigns while at UNC Chapel Hill in 2006: Joel Sutherland, 25; Clay Schossow, 24; and Kris Jordan, 25.
But the trio could win more glory. The magazine named 25 entrepreneurs or companies as finalists, and is letting readers vote for their favorites through Oct. 21. Six winners will be announced on Oct. 28.
"In our own circle we're fairly well known, but it's nice to get recognition outside our circle," Sutherland, the company's president, said in a phone interview today.