Matt Mandell, a successful entrepreneur who has built, operated and exited a few startups in my twenty and some change years. First blog post.

Late Night Munchies? DCSnacks.com to the rescue! Cookies, candies...Coca-Colas. Over 1,000 products to choose from, and all delivered to your door. What began as a fly-by-night college business idea is now the city's late night survival savior. No, it's not all fast food (and you should know, there are some veggie items to select), but […]

SUCCESS STORY OF THE WEEK: Entrepreneur Matthew Mandell Uses Analytics and Innovation to Deliver Food, Drinks, and Customer Service August 13th, 2009 Author: Rachel Claremon Site: http://www.growsmartbusiness.com This is the first in our series of small business Success Stories that we will be featuring weekly leading up to the inaugural GrowSmallBiz Conference on Tuesday, September […]

Click-and-Snack: The Fastest Chip in Town? Garlic Bagel. By Jose Antonio Vargas Washington Post Staff Writer Sunday, April 16, 2006; Page D01 Hey, sometimes at 1:35 in the morning you just need a bag of Funyuns, a DVD of Adam Sandler's "Big Daddy" and four rolls of Charmin. That's when a guy named Vinnie pedals […]

Spotlight: Rescue 4-6111 Student volunteers save lives as emergency medical technicians By: Wangui Njuguna Posted: 12/10/01 In the corner of the Marvin Center parking garage is a gray door outlined with orange paint. Parked outside the door are five bicycles with book bags and helmets hanging from them. The door's sign also is outlined in […]

Entrepreneur Feeds Late-Night Cravings Matthew Mandell, BS ’04, is the founder and CEO of DCSnacks, a late-night, online convenience store that delivers food, household goods, and more to the college crowd and busy Washingtonians. Jessica McConnell Night owls don’t have to leave home to grab a tasty treat, pick up household goods, or find a […]

Entrepreneur Feeds Late-Night Cravings Matthew Mandell, BS ’04, is the founder and CEO of DCSnacks, a late-night, online convenience store that delivers food, household goods, and more to the college crowd and busy Washingtonians. By: Jessica McConnell Night owls don’t have to leave home to grab a tasty treat, pick up household goods, or find […]

Textbook Sellers: The Next Generation from the startups-still-going-strong dept Continuing on the discussion from yesterday about new startups that are learning to build viable businesses by bootstrapping instead of raising cash is the story of a new dormroom-based startup in DC that is designed to help students needing text books match up with students who […]

The WashCycle April 18,2006 DC Snacks Before bike messengers get to ply their skills as pedicab operators, there's another new revenue stream for them in the DC area. DC Snacks, which has actually been around since 2003, is - well it's Kozmo.com from the internet glory days, It sells convenience store items such as ice […]

Student-run Web sites fight against university’s book-selling practices Nishad Majmudar Posted: 5/8/03 With OrangeExchange.com, Syracuse University students Jae Ahn and Dean Muscio have joined in the fight to weaken SU and Follett's bookstores’ grasp on the textbook market. Nationwide, university student-run textbook swapping Web sites such as OrangeExchange.com have been emerging and gaining steam. From […]

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