Tulipshare empowers you to invest your money to promote ethical change and provide you with the opportunity to drive sustainable change within some of the biggest and well-known companies in the world.
What is Tulipshare?
Tulipshare, launched in Summer 2021, finds opportunities to influence ethical change in companies, such as equal pay, safer working environments and promoting use of recyclable materials. Current and recent campaigns cover companies such as Amazon, Coca-Cola and Apple.
Tulipshare allows you to take advantage of your shareholder right to vote and drive positive change.
How does Tulipshare Work?
The platform is based on the idea of Stakeholder Activism which is when someone invests in a company held on the stock market & then uses their investment holding to influence the corporate governance of the company.
Tulipshare campaigns cover three areas –
If any of their current live campaigns appeal to you, you can start investing with as little as £1. When the target amount has been reached (to reach voting rights as a company shareholder) Tulipshare will vote in the boardroom meetings on your behalf.
You are also able to contribute your ideas for a potential campaign idea that Tulipshare could open.
Is Tulipshare safe?
Tulipshare is regulated by the FCA – the financial regulatory body in the UK.
As with any type of investment – the value of investments can go up as well as down and you may receive less than your original investment or lose the value of your entire initial investment.
My experience of using Tulipshare
It took just a few minutes to open my account and it was a simple, easy to follow process. Once my account got approved, I was able to see the current live campaigns that I am able to invest in.
As I hold an underlying passion for environmental sustainability, I chose to invest in the campaign for Coca-Cola to produce plastic bottles made from 100% recycled material. The Tulipshare campaign is aiming for Coca-Cola to increase its target of using 50% of recycled material in its packaging by 2030 to ‘using 100% of recycled material in its packaging by 2030’.
As with all investment, your capital is at risk. Tulipshare is an Appointed Representative of RiskSave Technologies, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN:775330.)