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Stanford University's Persuasive Technology Lab is founded and maps six elements of simplicity for motivation when it comes to influencing people.
Facebook uses 'hot triggers' to change a target user behavior. This specific behavior is the first step of Facebook’s larger goal: reinvolve users in Facebook and sends an email to log into Facebook.
WeSpire's employee engagement platform is launched using social, gamification and mobile technology to change daily habits - the most powerful agent in applied behavior mechanics.
WeSpire is awarded for Best Use Of Game Mechanics at the MITX Innovation Awards.
Opower launches the first behavioral demand response program—delivering personalized insights to each customer and motivating them to reduce their energy consumption.
WeSpire empowers first global customer to take action with over 10,000 employees on their platform completing over 1M actions.
WeSpire wins Environmental Leader product of the year for empowering people to make healthier, more sustainable choices at work, home, and in their communities.
WeSpire is awarded for Best Doing Good Innovation at the MITX What's Next Awards.
WeSpire wins HRO Today's TekTonic Award for Best HR Social Media Technology
WeSpire Named Finalist for the Stevie American Business Award for "Startup of the Year"
WeSpire's CEO & Founder, Susan Hunt Stevens, wins the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in the New England Category of Emerging Technology.
WeSpire wins 2015 Silver Stevie American Business Award for "Startup of the Year: Business Services Industries" Category.