About the Webinar:
Learn how Retiremap partnered with Duke University and renowned behavioral economist Dan Ariely to create Retiremap 2.0, a research-backed financial wellness program designed to get employees to take action towards achieving their goals.
Join Kristen Berman, Director of Product at Duke University’s Common Cents Lab and Matt Iverson, CEO at Retiremap, for a live webinar covering the key behavioral concepts behind Retiremap’s new approach, as well as the features that automate and scale many of the most impactful aspects of advisor-employee interactions.
Retiremap 2.0 will be made available to only a very limited group of retirement plan advisory firms. Both the advisor application process and Retiremap 2.0’s pricing will be covered.
- The key behavioral economics principles that the new platform is built upon
- How Retiremap 2.0 has been redesigned as an automated, personalized communications platform
- Which types of firms should apply for access to Retiremap 2.0
- Pricing and how to secure access to the program
About Our Host:
Matt Iverson, CEO at Retiremap, has a deep belief that plan advisors, behavioral economics and technology will solve America’s saving crisis. He has worked in technology and personal finance since 2006. Under his product vision, Retiremap has won awards from Pensions & Investments and PSCA for financial wellness, mobile and behavioral economics.
About Our Guest:
Kristen Berman studies how people actually act in the marketplace, as opposed to how they should or would perform if they were completely rational. Currently she is a co-founder and head of product at Common Cents Lab, a Duke University initiative dedicated to improving the financial well-being for low to middle income Americans.
She was on the founding team for the behavioral economics group at Google, a group that touches over 26 teams across Google, and hosts ones of the top behavioral change conferences globally, StartupOnomics. She co-authored a series of workbooks called Hacking Human Nature for Good: A practical guide to changing behavior, with Dan Ariely. These workbooks are being used at companies like Google, Intuit, Neflix, Fidelity and Lending Club for business strategy and design work