Q&A with CampusDibs Co-Founder, Scott Poniewaz

CampusDibs Team: Garren Givens, Manish Vora and Scott Poniewaz

I was fortunate enough to be interviewed by the team at c. marchuska this past week and they featured me on their blog. I talk a bit on entrepreneurship, working on Campus Dibs, and share a bit of insight into the challenges of working on a startup.

Here’s an excerpt, or just read the whole interview at the c. marchuska website by clicking here:

Happy MLK Weekend everyone!! As you know we love to connect with other young entrepreneurs following their dreams…so today we are thrilled to bring you an interview with Scott Poniewaz, Co-Founder of CampusDibs. CampusDibs is a fully functioning sale site dedicated to the needs of today’s college student. We are super psyched to be apart of this week’s CampusDibs Newsletter and hope you check out our interview with Scott as well as their awesome site.

CampusDibs Team: Garren Givens, Manish Vora and Scott Poniewaz
CMar: What is CampusDibs and how did you originate the idea for it?

Scott: It wasn’t long ago that we were digging for change in the cushions for beer money, and realized it would be awesome if we could help students live large on the cheap with brands they already know, while also introducing up-and-coming products, services and brands (like c. marchuska). Students have similar needs across the country, so we offer everything from deals at the local pizza place all the way up to products like dorm furnishings, textbooks, or spring break travel. We also provide the opportunity for amazing experiences like NJ Nets basketball games or touring Broadway shows like Rock of Ages.

CMar: Who currently is a part of the CampusDibs team and how did you meet?

Scott: We have a great team with Garren Givens, Manish Vora and I as the co-founders of the company. We were all born in Wisconsin and somehow connected in New York through various entrepreneur and startup channels here in the city. We also have a few full-time staff and interns from schools like Baruch, Columbia, and Trinity (and we’re still looking for more).

Read the whole interview at c. marchuska

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