From time to time we throw large conferences, organize art shows, host webinars, and have other interesting events. We hope to see you soon.
What this is:
This is a two-day immersion into behavior changing strategies taught and facilitated by world-leading experts. The play-by-play agenda details will be available for accepted attendees.
Who it’s for:
Companies who are building solutions that help improve the financial lives of low- to moderate- income people living in the United States.
What we’ll be covering:
- DAY 1 – LEARNING: The first day will be ten hours of lectures and interactive working sessions. You’ll learn our “3B” method for building products that change behavior. This method has been taught and used at leading organizations like Google, Aetna, and the World Bank. There will be engaging, in-depth reviews of key behavioral motivators like loss aversion, incentives, social proof, accountability, and behavioral economics from world-class researchers.
- DAY 2 – APPLYING: The second day will be spent applying what you learned on day one. You’ll work hand-in-hand with an expert behavioral academic to design new tests / positioning / features that will aim to increase your customer’s financial well-being. This will be a fast-paced and fun day – you’ll walk away with new ideas, energy, and designs to go implement.
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Join our behavioral experts for a riveting conversation on how to start and increase short-term savings for middle Americans effectively. In this session, we will share results from a couple field studies with Digit, as well as new research on savings.
- Why don’t people apply for SNAP in the first place (1/3 of eligible households don’t apply)?
- What are the main barriers in the application process?
- Are we delivering SNAP in the most efficient way?
- What are the spending pattern of SNAP recipients?
36% of Americans have less than $500 in savings. Fintech and behavioral researchers are tackling the largest financial issues most Americans face every day; stagnant wages, antiquated benefit platforms, and increasing indebtedness. This session will bring together behavioral and fintech experts from Digit, EarnUp, Payable, & CommonCents to discuss how to improve people’s financial behaviors using social science.
These experts will address what behavioral design actually means, how the fin-tech world should apply it, and how it has failed.
This is a rare occasion to get an applied view on how fintech startups are using the science of human behavior to solve large societal problems.
- Matthew Cooper, Co-Founder and CEO, EarnUP
- Wendy De La Rosa, Co-Founder and Head of Research, Common Cents Lab
- Kat Li, Head of Product, Digit
- Tad Milbourn, Co-Founder and CEO, Payable
- EarnUP Headquarters, 116 Natoma, San Francisco (Montgomery BART stop)
Interested in applying to be a Partner? Learn how previous partnerships have worked, the requirements to be a partner, and what benefits you can expect to get out of it. This webinar is best for people within a fin tech company, credit union or bank that want to improve financial outcomes for their customers. Can’t make it? Check out the application and FAQs.
Save the date for the first annual CommonCents workshop for financial service providers.
Join credit unions, banks, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance preparers, community colleges, and other practitioners to learn and share how you can use behavioral economics to help your clients increase savings rates, better repay debt, weigh decisions for big purchases, and make better choices along the path to financial well-being.
In addition, CommonCents partners will present their findings from their year working with the lab to incorporate (and test) behavioral insights into their products and services.
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Join our behavioral experts on Thursday, September 22nd at 12:00 PM PST (3:00 PM EST) for a discussion on how to use behavioral economics to improve financial education programs.
We will also be unveiling our financial education behavioral audit, which will allow practitioners to learn tips and tricks that may improve their programs’ efficacy.
Join us the weekend of April 7th and be among the smart companies that have attended. Basis, LumoBack, Square, LinkedIn, Intuit, Warby Parker, LearnUp, Lendup, WattVision, WaterSmart, Etsy…
This intimate and intensive immersion in behavioral economics brings the latest insights, research and minds from academia to teams and people trying to improve the financial health and well being of Americans.
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Friend & Foe author Dr. Adam Galinsky joins February Book Club
We are excited to announce that Dr. Adam Galinsky will join the February book club to chat about his book, Friend & Foe on Sunday, February 28 at 3:30PM ET / 12:30PM PT.
Dr. Galinsky is a leading researcher on negotiations, goal-setting, counter-factual thinking, and decision-making. His book, Friend & Foe, which he co-authored with Wharton Professor Dr. Maurice Schweitzer, tries to answer the question of when we should collaborate and when we should compete.
Spend an afternoon with top thinkers in health and social innovation at a symposium celebrating the launch of a collaborative research center on one of today’s critical public health challenges: transforming healthcare delivery into evidence-based methods that improve behavior for better health outcomes.
About the Envolve Center
The Envolve Center for Health Behavior Change is an industry-academic collaboration between the Brown School, Duke University and Centene Corporation. The Envolve Center for Health Behavior Change’s mission is to create, evaluate, and advance innovative ways of improving managed care delivery by translating public health and behavioral economics research into effective practices and programs for better health outcomes.
Interested in applying to be a Partner? Learn how previous partnerships have worked, the requirements to be a partner, and what you can expect to get out of it. This webinar is best for people within a credit union or bank that want to improve financial outcomes for their customers.