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Business Honeybee Hive Adoption Plans
Business Honeybee Hive Adoption Plans
Business Honeybee Hive Adoption Plans
Business Honeybee Hive Adoption Plans
Business Honeybee Hive Adoption Plans
Business Honeybee Hive Adoption Plans
Business Honeybee Hive Adoption Plans
Business Honeybee Hive Adoption Plans
Business Honeybee Hive Adoption Plans
Business Honeybee Hive Adoption Plans
Business Honeybee Hive Adoption Plans

Business Honeybee Hive Adoption Plans

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"According to various recent studies global insect decline is in abundance of 50-75%" [Soil Association, 2019]*

WHY BEES & CO.?

We work with clients including some of the most iconic brands in Britain in a wide range of sectors: hospitality; creative; retail, and automotive, including The Ned hotel in London; Tom Sellers’ Michelin-starred Restaurant Story and Sophie Allport.  

One thing that connects all our corporate adoption clients is the understanding of how important it is to demonstrate how they are a responsible business.

Simply talking about “doing your bit” is no longer enough – you need to be seen to be acting, and with a clearly positive outcome. Responsible businesses are doing their bit to help prevent the decline of pollinators including the critical native honeybee population in Britain, and the subsequent environmental impact, with our innovative beehive adoption plans.

WHY ADOPT A BEEHIVE?

Our customers enjoy the myriad benefits of having bees, without any of the fuss - but all of the honey!

  • Topical and popular content from a cost-effective sustainability and CSR solution 
  • You’ll be actively playing a key role in making a positive and immediate environmental difference
  • Unique, refreshing and shareable digital content, including regular updates on your hive for culture engagement, marketing and PR
  • Play a role in helping to prevent the decline of Britain's pollinators and the rare native British honeybee
  • Your brand’s very own 100% British, award-winning honey - jarred and delivered to you at the end of the honey season

DID YOU KNOW? According to Business Case for Purpose, companies with a clearly defined sense of purpose are up to 50% more likely to successfully expand into a new market.

HOW DOES IT WORK? Like adopting a tiger - but with honey! 

It's never been easier to adopt a working honeybee hive - simply checkout online! Need to raise a PO? Email us and we'll reserve your hive.

Enjoy the unique and truly rewarding experience of adopting a working hive of honeybees for your business and for your brand, colleagues and stakeholders.

Sign up today (our available hive allocation is updated daily) and you'll receive:

  • A beautiful, handmade British cedar wood hive of honeybees allocated to your business and installed here on our organic farm in Cambridgeshire or at one of our apiaries
  • Quarterly licence-free photo and video updates on your bees (ask at any time for specific content and we'll do our best to get what you need)
  • A framed, personalised adoption certificate for you to proudly display
  • 2 large packets of our exclusive organic, bee-friendly flower seeds
  • 12x 298ml jars of delicious, 100% British, raw honey, harvested and labelled by hand from your hive and delivered direct to your office door for each year of your adoption (with the option of bespoke labels, too!)

Adopt a hive today from just £299 + VAT per year - select an option from the drop down menu to include a bespoke plaque or a full customised hive!

 FAQs

"What happens to our bees at the end of our adoption?"

At the end of each season you'll be able to choose to continue your beehive adoption. You don’t need to enter any long-term commitment and can upgrade your plan at any time.

"When will we receive our honey?"

The active beekeeping season begins in the Spring when the weather warms and the bees actively begin foraging, and lasts through to the end of Autumn, around late September. However, it is weather dependant and our bees have often been active right into November! We harvest twice a year: Spring set honey and Summer runny honey and ship once at the end of the year around the start of October.

 

*Dave Goulson, Professor of Biology, University of Sussex. Soil Association Review 2019

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