Monday, November 1, 2010

CampusBuddy Wins Businessweek's Most Promising Business Award

CampusBuddy was just announced as the Businessweek.com 2010 Most Promising Business Award winner. CampusBuddy won this award as a result of our CEO Mike Moradian being selected by Businessweek.com for the 2010 America's Best Young Entrepreneurs List, which highlighted 25 remarkable companies started by young entrepreneurs. We're really excited to have been selected as the 2010 Most Promising Business, because there are thousands of great companies out there being started by young entrepreneurs all over the country. On behalf of everyone at CampusBuddy, thanks for your votes!




No. 1: The winning company, with 2,106 readers' votes, was CampusBuddy. The Los Angeles-based site sells subscription access to grading data at public colleges that CampusBuddy compiles through public records requests. Founder Mike Moradian says the five-employee company's database draws on more than 100 million grades from schools across America. A business economics major who graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2007, Moradian used his earnings from working at accounting firm KPMG to launch the business in 2008.


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