As a shareholder, do you want more influence?

As a shareholder, you co-own a company, but how much influence do you actually have over its operations?


As a shareholder, you currently only have the right to vote at the Annual General Meeting each year and must be present in person. This means that many small shareholders do not get involved and take responsibility for the companies they own, but essentially only own shares passively and short-term to make money.


With good digital democracy tools, shareholders can be engaged continuously throughout the year, helping to solve problems, make constructive suggestions and be involved in the company's development and work. This encourages more long-term and sustainable ownership.


  • Impact all year round
    Use Flowback, our digital democracy tool, to make suggestions, vote and influence your company all year round - not just at the AGM.
  • Don't just vote with your wallet
    On Flowback, voting credits can be distributed to everyone in proportion to their shareholding. But knowledge, interest and the ability to make long-term, wise decisions do not always correlate 1:1 with the largest shareholding. Using quadratic voting, the collective preferences of all owners can be weighted together in a more efficient way that supports greater long-term sustainability while guaranteeing more influence to large owners.
  • Stay ahead of the stock market
    Don't make decisions first - and let the stock market evaluate later. Use the mechanisms of the stock market in the form of prediction market to get the owners' and the market's collective assessments of the likelihood of crucial choices producing desirable outcomes in advance, rather than being hit by the market's harsh judgement after the fact.

Ready for a global democratic revolution?


The Digital Democracy Association is a non-profit association that is religiously and politically independent. It aims to support and promote effective democratic organisation of people at all levels: from small networks and organisations at grassroots level to large companies, political parties and organisations at national and international level.

Its ultimate goal is a world in which everyone's influence and participation is maximised in a way that is compatible with high flexibility, efficiency and power to act in human co-operation and organisations. The Association's sub-goals are to (i) develop innovative open-source tools for digital democratic organisation (ii) disseminate knowledge and stimulate interest in effective democratic decision-making and organisational practices (iii) support organisations and companies to improve their internal democracy.