Here are a few Stampin’ Up! specific terms that you might find on my blog and or hear in my videos:
- BackStage: Stampin’ Up! leadership event for sliver elite and above demonstrators.
- CASE: Copy and Share Everything (remember to give credit). Or Copy and Selectively Edit.
- Cash -and-Carry: Specific products demonstrators can keep on hand to sell directly to customers.
- CentreStage: Recognition event for silver elite and above demonstrators held during OnStage.
- Commissionable Sales Volume (CSV): Global unit of measurement used to track sales.
- CS: cardstock abbreviation.
- Deferred income: Money deposited into your account from credit card orders.
- Demonstrator Business Web Services (DBWS): Personal website through Stampin’ Up!.
- Demonstrator Development Managers (DDM): DDMs are employees of the Sales Division ofStampin’ Up! who focus on developing the abilities of demonstrators.
- Demonstrator Support (DS): Call center in Utah.
- Direct Team Member: Someone you signed up, or someone in your 2nd or 3rd level without anyone between you.
- DSP: Designer Series Paper (pattern paper) abbreviation.
- EF: Embossing Folder abbreviation.
- Independent Demonstrator Agreement (IDA): Contract signed when joining.
- Instant income: Money you deduct from your orders as your earnings at time of submission. Bronze demonstrators earn 20%, bronze elite and above earn 25%.
- Incentive Trip: Annual award trip for two that demonstrators can earn (less than 1% of demonstrators earn this award).
- Inventory Status Report (ISR): Updated information on the inventory of some products.
- OnStage: Stampin’ Up! training and recognition event for all demonstrators.
- Online Entry Express (OEX): Online ordering system for demonstrators.
- Qualified team member – A demonstrator who sells at least $900 CSV in career-to-date sales.
- Quick Start: Incentive program for new demonstrators to earn free products in their first three to six months.
- Sale-A-Bration (SAB): Annual promotion from Stampin’ Up! (January-February) during which customers and demonstrators can earn free products with specific dollar-amount purchases.
- Swaps: Handmade projects, traded with other demonstrators at events or through the mail.
- Team leader: The demonstrator whose team you joined.
- Volume rebates: Additional income earned based on monthly sales.
DATES TO REMEMBER
The Stampin’ Up! year runs from October 1, through September 30.
Quarter 1: October–December
Quarter 2: January–March
Quarter 3: April–June
Quarter 4: July–September