The Multiply Minute: Issue 02
We're ISO 27001 certified!
We are thrilled to announce that we have achieved ISO 27001 certification. We have worked tirelessly to ensure our security measures align with international standards set by the International Organization for Standardization demonstrating that we are fully committed to protecting the confidentiality and integrity of our customer's data. 💪 With this certification, our customers can rest assured that their data is in safe hands. 💯
Is your daily commute draining your productivity?
We take a look at the reality of commuting long distances for work and explore how technology has made remote working a piece of cake. With tools like Slack, Notion, and Google Hangouts, we can effectively collaborate with our colleagues without the hassle of long commutes 🚗.
Multiply will be participating in WealthTech Matters: The Client on March 21st.
Our roundtable discussion will focus on the Proposition Revolution, where we'll explore how embracing the latest tech trends can help financial firms offer a more personalised and effective service to their clients. We're talking automation, artificial intelligence, and digital communication - all designed to make your financial life easier.
We're excited to be part of this event and hope to see you there. 🚀
Man Vs. Fridge
Our CEO, Vivek, participated in the Brighton Half Marathon last weekend, and he finished with an amazing time that would make anyone's jaw drop! But wait, there's more... He wasn't the only one showing off his athleticism that day. In a shocking turn of events, Vivek was pipped to the finish line by a man running the half marathon with a fridge on his back. Yes, you read that right, a fridge on his back! Vivek may not have won the race, but he certainly wins the award for most impressive finish by someone not carrying a fridge on their back! Congrats to Vivek and the fridge-carrying champion for an unforgettable race day.
We need your help!
We're working on a white paper and would love your help with some research. It's super easy - all you need to do is complete a quick survey! Plus, you'll be entered into a draw with a chance to win a £100 gift card of your choice.
Click the link and take the survey now. Your input is greatly appreciated and could make a big difference!
Loved by Multiply
"Loved by Multiply" is a section in our newsletter where we share the things we're currently loving and raving about. Whether it's a new podcast episode, a fascinating article, a must-watch TV show, or a fun video game, we want to spread the love and share our recommendations with you. So sit back, relax, and discover what's capturing our attention and hearts at Multiply."
🎥 Want to know what impacts your relationship with money? Check out this video from Big Think, where they discuss how childhood experiences shape our attitudes towards money. From family dynamics to societal pressures, it explores the role of money trauma and how it can impact financial decisions throughout life.
🎶 Are you ready to discover some new tunes? This week, our Spotify playlist is all about the letter 'M'! We've handpicked some of our favourite artists that start with this letter and put them all in one place for your listening pleasure. Is your favourite 'M' artist missing from our playlist? Let us know and we'll be sure to add them in. We're always on the lookout for new music, and who knows, your suggestion might just become our new favourite song.
🔈 We're loving this episode of The Daily podcast from The New York Times. It's packed with exciting insights into the escalating competition among search engines, and the potential concerns that arise as a result. Microsoft recently released a new version of Bing's search engine, powered by OpenAI's artificial intelligence software. This is big news, but there are also concerns about unintended consequences. As one New York Times columnist discovered during a conversation with the chatbot, something may not be quite right.
🐥 Check out this tweet from @dszymborski! He spent his Saturday using AI to generate every US president as a Pixar character. Be sure to give it a look!
We'd love to hear your thoughts, so don't hesitate to reach out and share with us. Let's keep the conversation going!