Tulipshare is a for-profit company that partners with educational institutions and non-profit organisations to educate and engage their user base around the power of shareholder activism or activist investing. Retail investing is on the rise, yet very few retail investors exercise their voting rights as shareholders. As a result, they’re losing their ability to engage with publicly-held companies around major societal and sustainable issues.
The bottom line is that the financial sector can ignore petitions and protests, but it can’t ignore money. In the corporate world, money is the only language it speaks. So, in order to engage in dialogue, we must use money. Not just money from the few at the top either; with Tulipshare, activist investing can - and should - be for the people.
As mentioned above, corporations have a warranted association with one single concept: profit. At its root, shareholder activism is a simple idea aiming to utilise shareholder power within these occasionally destructive international conglomerates. However, it isn’t always easy getting this idea out there to the wider public. That’s where our partners come in. We want everybody to understand that conglomerates can be influenced for the better through shareholder activism. The power to change the world lies in both the individual’s hands and the collective’s hands.
Our partners are crucial for making the difference in the world that we so desperately need, whether that be environmental or societal campaigns. We are open to working with universities, schools and charities across the world to help inform and educate the stark and clear benefits that shareholder activism can provide.
If you represent a non-profit or educational organisation looking to spread the word of shareholder activism to a wider audience, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today. Working alongside our partners is a crucial part of how we operate and will undeniably help put all of us on the path to a better, fairer future.