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Support innovations that improve the health of our pollinators and our planet by joining in on our capital raise. 

Over the last 13 years, we’ve established ourselves as market leaders in the beekeeping services industry, across both residential and corporate spaces.

We are now seizing the opportunity to widen our lens from bees to bees and biodiversity. Our goal is to provide our clients with applied biodiversity services by delivering data-backed solutions to bolster the biodiversity of their properties. 

We’ll do this by advancing our proprietary hive-tracking software, Bzzz, scaling our eDNA research, and launching groundbreaking SmartHive technologies. Together, these efforts provide our team and our clients with data that will make an outstanding impact on pollinator health.  

We’re currently holding an equity fundraiser to invest in scaling this technology, further advancing our mission of improving bee health while increasing our revenue, margin, and shareholder value.

A beekeeper holds an ipad showing the dashboard of the smarthive software

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Use the Calendly widget to the right to schedule a meeting with our leadership team. We'll use this 30 minute meeting to pitch our plan and answer any questions you might have.

About The Best Bees Company

The Best Bees Company installs and maintains honeybee hives on commercial and residential properties in urban centers across the US. Our mission is to improve bee health and expand the bee population. Since 2010, we’ve made a tangible, positive impact on the environment, one beehive at a time.

Our beekeeping methodology controls for variability, ensuring the data we collect on each beehive is suitable for rigorous research. Our clientele includes corporations that want to activate sustainability in their business model, individuals who want to reinvigorate their local ecosystem from their own backyard, and property owners who want a turnkey way to put underutilized space to work for the greater good. 

Best Bees beekeepers celebrate installing new beehives onto a rooftop in NYC
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