I have been a shareholder in a company for about 14 years and have never been invited to a shareholder meeting. The company is still around and over 10 times the size that it used to be. How do I go about finding the person I need to contact to get myself invited and find out what I have been missing, and what do I say to them?
A large publicly traded company will have a "shareholder relations" department. Check the website or call the main office and speak with someone there. You should also be receiving ballots to vote on shareholder-decided issues such as electing directors, appointing auditors, etc. The invitation is usually included with the election information.