The City Beautiful is brimming with incredible young professionals who are after more than just business success – they want to be a part of making Orlando one of the best places to live.
That drive to make Orlando the best city possible is exactly what stands out about Orlando Business Journal’s 2018 40 Under 40 Awards honorees. These honorees, all under the age of 40, have proven themselves and their potential by taking on leadership roles all around the Central Florida area.
These 40 young men and women consider their contribution to this community to be just as important as their career advancement. We are proud to announce Carey Sobel, a partner and chief strategy officer for 321 the Agency, was named a recipient of the Orlando Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Award.
“I am deeply humbled to have been chosen as an honoree amongst the other 40 exceptional professionals in Orlando,” Sobel said about the distinction. “It’s an incredible feeling to be recognized by a community that I am so passionate about.”
Sobel graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2009 and has since been investing his time and efforts into growing Orlando as a notable business center. His long list of entrepreneurial achievements includes co-founding seven companies in Orlando and serving as partner at Boss Group International, a Business Brokerage firm, and being partner and Chief Strategy Officer at 321 the Agency, a full-service marketing agency.
His relentless ambition and unceasing energy to achieve in all aspects of life is no surprise to anyone who meets him. “I have been fortunate enough to work alongside Carey throughout our journey in building the agency. I can truly say that there is nobody more deserving of this award,” Joe Boutin, founder and CEO of 321, said about his friend and partner. “I look forward to watching Carey continue his success in all of his ventures while improving the Orlando area as a whole.”
Sobel will be accepting the award Thursday, Nov. 8th, at the 40 Under 40 Award Ceremony at Mango’s Tropical Cafe.