As the world’s first fintech platform to combine activism with investing, Tulipshare was founded with the mission of uniting the global shareholder power of investors to drive positive ethical change at some of the largest companies in the world. By engaging with companies, Tulipshare helps investors push for stronger environmental and social commitments, generate real impact, and ensure the companies we invest our money in are being responsibly managed by accountable leadership.
Today, Tulipshare has a community of over 20,000 users across the UK, all committed to pushing corporations to be more ethical and sustainable. Investing behind a campaign means becoming an active shareholder – and no matter how little you invest, Tulipshare will tell you when it’s time to vote at the company’s Annual General Meeting (“AGM”). Recently, Tulipshare managed to garner 44% shareholder support at the Amazon AGM, which equates to over $600 billion in support – proof that retail investors can make a difference.
Tulipshare’s biggest success to date was their proposal at Johnson & Johnson demanding the company to stop the sale of their talc-based powder globally due to its links to multiple cancers. Following J&J’s AGM this summer, the multinational corporation has confirmed they will be taking the product off the shelves worldwide. A huge victory for Tulipshare and shareholder activism. In a world where some of the world’s largest ‘economies’ are corporations rather than countries, Tulipshare’s platform offers a revolutionary way to put the power back into the hands of the people.
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