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Tulipshare

Jobs posted: 1






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London, UK

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We’re on a mission to give a voice to retail investors and encourage them to rethink their investment strategies.

Did you know that once you own a certain number of shares in a company, you have a voice in how they conduct business? You would need a lot of shares as an individual to have a voice, but at Tulipshare, we pool shares collectively so we can work together for change.  Today, most retail investors take a passive approach to investing by investing in ETFs or working directly with an advisor. As a result, they often lose out on their chance to align their investment strategy with their views. 

While activist investing isn’t new, it can require heavy capital investment and often excludes the retail shareholder - leaving it up to institutional investors to decide how publicly traded companies conduct their business. Unfortunately, these decisions can be weighed heavier on short-term returns over impact. 

Founded in London, we started Tulipshare with a simple idea: empower retail investors to invest their money to promote ethical change. We empower retail investors to join our activist campaigns and invest to change publicly traded companies through our platform. We then unify their investing power with other like-minded investors to make their voice heard by big business. 

HQ
London, UK

Website

Tulipshare


Jobs posted: 1


We’re on a mission to give a voice to retail investors and encourage them to rethink their investment strategies.

Did you know that once you own a certain number of shares in a company, you have a voice in how they conduct business? You would need a lot of shares as an individual to have a voice, but at Tulipshare, we pool shares collectively so we can work together for change.  Today, most retail investors take a passive approach to investing by investing in ETFs or working directly with an advisor. As a result, they often lose out on their chance to align their investment strategy with their views. 

While activist investing isn’t new, it can require heavy capital investment and often excludes the retail shareholder - leaving it up to institutional investors to decide how publicly traded companies conduct their business. Unfortunately, these decisions can be weighed heavier on short-term returns over impact. 

Founded in London, we started Tulipshare with a simple idea: empower retail investors to invest their money to promote ethical change. We empower retail investors to join our activist campaigns and invest to change publicly traded companies through our platform. We then unify their investing power with other like-minded investors to make their voice heard by big business.