Here at Bee1, the work we carry out can only be achieved due to the backing of our sponsors and partners. This is why we are thrilled to announce details of our latest partnership agreement with Welsh printing and packaging provider, Harlequin Printing and Packaging.
As part of the agreement, Harlequin will financially support various initiatives, helping Bee1 continue the work it provides in schools, to businesses and in local communities. Harlequin will also be Bee1’s exclusive print partner, catering to all of Bee1’s printing and packaging needs. This will include printing brochures for schools, banners, signage, leaflets and much more.
Booie Sall, Director of Harlequin Printing and Packaging, commented:
“Harlequin are delighted to be able to become a print partner to Bee1. Both organisations share the same focus of increasing awareness not only of bees and the ecosystem, but also working to create environmentally sustainable solutions to benefit future generations.
Harlequin and Bee1 share many of these same values, and hope that by working together they can relay the benefits to all sectors through our combined efforts.”
Mark Douglas, Founder of Bee1, said:
“We are thrilled to have harlequin on board as our official print partner and sponsor. Together we aim to promote Corporate Social Responsibility including environmental awareness, support for schools, and of course the importance of Bees to our world. We hope this will encourage other companies to talk to us about becoming greener, healthier, and more environmentally friendly’
Bee1 is a business created to address the decline in the bee population, having developed a number of courses and initiatives that promote the essential role bees play in our community.
Bee1 has a desire to help companies with their corporate social responsibilities, offering support packages that involve the local environment, school children, health and wellbeing.
“We use the honeybee as a conduit to link all three together. Bees have recently become an endangered species. We need to act responsibly as human beings and being top of the food chain, by helping those further down to create a better environment for all” says Mark Douglas.
A contribution of the funds raised by Bee1 are invested to support local charities, applied research projects at universities and to develop education programmes for school children to ensure that they are all properly trained and best able to keep honeybees alive and well.