Campus Essential Making an Impact on Everyday Lives of College Students

United States (January 24, 2017) - Not everyone has the necessities to buy the needed goods and materials required for schools and colleges. Campus assentials is a means to change that. It is a business venture that aims at connecting the different students from local schools and colleges where everyone will be able to buy, sell, borrow or trade their products. By that, it means to regularize the circulation of everyday products used academically between different students.

Founded by Matt Spanburg, his business is all about collaborating with students, faculty and businesses from all over the country. With a proper networking site in place, it can be used to form study groups, get access to books and proper study materials. Moreover, it has also become a platform for students to find jobs and internships from all kinds of local or national businesses.

Even with increasing positive feedback and support C.E. hasn’t quite reached its peak. Currently, Campus assentials is campaigning with Indie GoGo to increase awareness about the site. It not only wants to connect different student bodies but also grant scholarships to those who need it. College can be a hard time for students with all kinds of expenses bearing down on them. Matt Spanburg has been trying to change all that through his business idea.

C.E. has been coming up with a lot of new ideas to promote its cause and get some financial backing as well. Helping students with homework and projects is one of those ideas. As a private social marketing site, it is used by students to interact with other students. "Campus Essentials would not be what it is today without my great friends and family members giving me as much support as I need. One day I can't wait to hire and work with all the great people that have believed in me! Thank You All”, Spanburg remarked.

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About Campus Essential:
Born as a small school project, within the first few months of running it have gained quite a reputation. In fact, the business originally started out as a way to score good grades by founder Matt Spanburg. With all the support and encouragement from fellow students, the small idea has turned out to be something quite big.


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