Referral Commissions (August 2016 Newsletter)

August is a great time to earn additional income by sharing your expertise and referring your friends and colleagues. Below we discuss how to be rewarded for both what you know and who you know. Be sure to check out the snack food Case Study and our most urgent recruiting needs!

Referral Commissions

Case Study: Out of the Box (Grocery Product Innovation)

In an increasingly saturated snack foods market, the strategy team at a major food company needed a creative approach to uncover the next big sensation. Learn how the strategy team used Maven’s Virtual Ideation Panel to evaluate the most promising trends in dip-related products. The five-day panel yielded direct feedback from grocery innovation experts about potential dip products to pursue as well as a thorough analysis of trending snack food preferences.


Referral Commissions

Earn Referral Commissions!

We have a number of large projects running this month, which means you can earn significant Referral Commissions. As a thank you for bringing your friends and colleagues to Maven, we will credit you with 10% of a new Maven’s earnings for the first year of their participation and 50% for one-time project-specific referrals. Check the Bulletin Board often to take advantage our busy summer months and the many opportunities to refer your friends and colleagues. The more you refer, the more you can earn – and Referral Commissions add up quickly!


Immediate Needs for Expertise

Know anybody with experience in these areas?
Introduce them to Maven and earn Referral Commissions.
  • Virtual/Augmented Reality Professionals
  • Laundry Detergent Development Experts
  • Frozen Foods Formulation Experts
  • Aerosol Experts (Deodorant and Personal Care)
  • EMF Technology/Process Professionals
  • Finance Directors or Treasurers


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Ellen is an Associate at Maven. She has a diverse background in public relations spanning the consumer technology, high technology, luxury lifestyle, and travel industries. Outside of the office, Ellen is an avid runner, rower, and hiker.

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