"Supporting farmers & brands worldwide with bees to build up supply chain resilience and enhance biodiversity"
Rising global population
Pollinators population decline
No extra space for agriculture
A need to double production by 2050
Supply chains disruption
Farmers economic struggle
We repopulate every farm in the world with bees to build up farmers' resilience, boost and diversify their revenues.
Beekeeping empowered with technology is key to contributing to regenerative agriculture.
Our ambition is to provide beehives and transform any farmer into a beekeeper in 90 days thanks to our patented technology.
Ubees launched in the US
Double pollination capability growth with SD & CA operations
2 times winner of the American startup tour winner
MyPollination app (operation software launch)
Coffee & avocado pollination
Beekeeping Companion app launched for farmers
GRIT. Collaboration. Impact. Growth.
At UBEES we are beekeepers and we are proud of our diversity - in skills, origin & culture.
UBEES is a colony - multicultural with 6 different nationalities, multi-skilled with a unique set of expertise: beekeepers, agronomists, financial experts, marketers, engineers, developers, designers and entrepreneurs... We are proud of our solid profiles that make up the colony.
“Increasing the bee population is another of our goals. To that end, through a collaboration with California-based technology company Ubees, we are using sensors to monitor the levels of parasites and pathogens in bees, their exposure to pesticides, and assess their nutrition. All the information we collect in the hives where we have installed the sensors is very useful for us to take care of the populations and make them grow.”
The beans & the bees
"We teamed up with the startup Ubees, whose state-of-the art technology enables remote, real-time monitoring of the health of beehives, the pollination status of the field and the local weather information.
By placing beehives nearby during the coffee blooming weeks and installing them to be integrated into farming practices in Colombia, we began looking at what could happen."