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A Complete Guide to CPG Chargebacks

Real World Strategies for CPG Chargebacks: A Comprehensive Guide with Practical Examples to Boost Profits

If you’re part of a Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) company, you’re likely all too familiar with chargebacks or deductions from retailers. Whether it’s giants like Costco, Walmart, Kroger, and Target, or supermarkets such as Vons, Wholefoods, Albertsons, and Publix, each has its own set of rules that, and if not strictly followed, can lead to […]

Boost Your Business with a Staff Street Virtual Assistant – Unleashing the Power of Data-Driven Blogging

Step 1: Harnessing the Power of Data-Driven Blogging In today’s digital landscape, data-driven blogging is the key to boosting your Google ranking and attracting organic traffic. By leveraging the expertise of a Staff Street Virtual Assistant, you can unlock the full potential of your blogging strategy. Read on to find out how: Step 2: Conducting […]

How to encourage more women into management roles

On August 26, we’re celebrating Women’s Equality Day. Over 101 years ago, on this exact day, the 19th Amendment was passed, ensuring the constitutional right for women to vote and participate in government. After years of grassroots organizing, the Women’s Suffrage Movement finally won the right to vote, expanding access to political power for all […]

How Mindhunter Captures the Struggles of Every Startup Story Ever (Part 2)

Mindhunter examines the early years of the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit. Based on the 1995 book of the same name by John E. Douglas and Mark Olshaker, the show follows Holden Ford, Bill Tench, and Wendy Carr as they try to establish a database for profiling violent criminals. Mindhunter is a startup story like any […]

How Mindhunter Captures the Struggles of Every Startup Story Ever (Part 1)

Mindhunter is a Netflix series created by director David Fincher. It explores the early years of the Behavioral Science Unit of the FBI. The Staff Street team has just finished binge-watching the show. One thing we noticed is how well the show captures the struggles of every startup ever. Setting aside the fact that the […]

Mover’s Spotlight on BeBOLD and Stacy Madison

Before anything else, can you talk about the origins of  BeBOLD? I know that you started it with your brother, but where did the idea come from?  Stacy Madison: BeBOLD’s story started seven or eight years ago. After the sale of Stacy’s Pita Chip Company, I traveled, did a few other things, and made some […]

Mover’s Spotlight on Zero-to-CPG: Elena Guberman’s Golden Touch

Many assume innovation comes from having lots of data, a large team, and a really big budget. But groundbreaking ideas are not the sole province of those who can afford them. In truth, a lot of innovation comes from small start-ups that rely on their own creativity to overcome limited resources. In other words, small […]

Mover’s Spotlight on Thuong Tan and Noodelist

Tell us a little bit about your journey. I know that you lived in several countries and your relationship with the staple food in these countries led you to creating the Noodelist noodles. In your own words, how did you come to starting your own noodle brand? Thuong Tan: That’s the Noodelist tagline, right? I’m […]

Staff Street Tool Kit: Employer’s Kit for Onboarding New Hires

Ever heard of the saying, “You are the company you keep“? When it comes to running a business, that saying is as true as it gets. The people that you bring on to your team are essential to your success. They bring in the ideas, skills, and expertise to help give your business the edge […]