Spiff

Spiff,

Definition of Spiff:

  1. Slang term for the sum paid by a vendors salesperson to a retailers salesperson to motivate him or her to push the vendors goods.

  2. Make someone or something attractive, tidy, or stylish.

How to use Spiff in a sentence?

  1. Sometimes you can offer up a spiff as motivation to get people to sell your product even faster if its taking to long.
  2. I thought the retailer required a spiff to get going, or they would end up falling backwards and not carrying on.
  3. The compensation for this job is salary plus 10.00 spiff per sale, which us more than Ive seen a lot of other places offer.

Meaning of Spiff & Spiff Definition

Spiff,

Definition of Spiff:

Commissions paid by manufacturers or suppliers encourage sellers to sell their products rather than competitors.

Meanings of Spiff

  1. Make someone or something attractive, beautiful or stylish

Synonyms of Spiff

snazzy , prim , dainty , sassy , clean , smart , swell , nice , posh , swank , dressed to kill , natty , jaunty , trim , swanky , bandbox , rakish , dashing , ritzy , snug , spruce , brisk , spiffy , nimble , stylish , classy , nifty

Spiff,

Spiff means,

The definition of Spiff is: A commission is paid by a manufacturer or supplier to persuade a seller to sell his product to a competitor.

Meanings of Spiff

  1. Make someone or something attractive, smart or great.

Sentences of Spiff

  1. Everyone comes to Tuxedo.

Spiff,

What is The Meaning of Spiff?

  • A commission is paid by a manufacturer or supplier to persuade the seller to sell their product to a competitor.

Sentences of Spiff

  1. He arrived in a tuxedo