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What it does: Makes websites for politicians and businesses
Founders: Joel Sutherland, 25, Clay Schossow, 24, and Kris Jordan 25
Based: Carrboro, N.C.
Joel Sutherland, Clay Schossow, and Kris Jordan founded New Media Campaigns while at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2006. The trio pooled their knowledge of advertising, politics, and computer science to create a business plan for building gubernatorial campaign websites. Their plan won $10,000 at the Carolina Challenge business plan competition at UNC, and they set to work writing software. Four years later, New Media Campaigns has launched more than 400 websites, primarily for politicians and ad agencies. Most clients are political campaigns, although New Media Campaigns works for some ad agencies and small companies. Up-front fees range from $10,000 to $50,000, and many clients also pay monthly hosting fees. The company's founders say the nine-employee company had $530,000 in revenue in 2009 and expects more than $1 million for 2010. —LH