Times are changing, whether investors like it or not.
Seasoned investors will no doubt have seen the tide shifting in the financial world - ESG initiatives are now sharply in focus for the upcoming proxy seasons.
But we know that changing your mindset when it comes to investing is hard to do. Maybe that’s because the words ‘wall’ and ‘street’ tend to evoke certain wolf-like connotations, with investing traditionally seen as a competitive and individualistic pursuit.
It could be about investing in our society and making a better future. The good news is you don’t have to be rich to potentially have an impact. In fact, you can invest with as little as £1 if you want. The Tulipshare platform uses a crowdfunding approach to try to gain significant shares in a company collectively, meaning - as an investor - it's your money that counts.
Have a look at our investors page to read more about what it’s like to invest through Tulipshare. Remember, investing is not always suitable for everyone. If you are uncertain about whether you should or can invest, please speak with an independent financial advisor before doing so.
We want to empower activists to go beyond protests and petitions and use their money to make change.
Tulipshare suggests there is another way forward: engagement.
At Tulipshare we believe that engagement is key. Whether you like it or not, the corporate world influences our daily lives. Even if you’ve never bought a stock in your life, you’re likely to - at some point - own shares in a big business through your pension plan. And as a shareholder you have certain rights when it comes to voting on company policies.
However, very few retail investors are able to take advantage of their shareholder’s right to vote. It’s time to change all of that.
Visit our activists page to find more about how we engage with companies and use shareholder activism to push for change.
Our FAQs page has a lot of the nitty gritty details and if you still can’t find the answer you’re looking for, our support team is all too happy to help.
Signing up only takes a few minutes and you can invest as little as £1.