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Planet Mark Strategy Day at Bee Urban

Follow Planet Mark’s strategy day at Bee Urban.

Keisha Sintim-Lewis
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Planet Mark visits its Beehive

Every quarter the Planet Mark team come together to reflect on our purpose and vision for our strategy day and spend much-needed time extending our positive impact to the local community.

This week our team traded in their usual method of work for a new way; the bee way. We spent the first half of our strategy day visiting Planet Mark’s beehive at Bee Urban.

Bees are increasingly under threat by human activity, yet they are one of the world’s largest pollinators. At Planet Mark, we understand the importance of bees in our ecosystem. Through our partnership with our valued member Hive Cleaning, we have adopted a beehive at Bee Urban.

From honey harvesting to frame building for the bees in the apiary, the team had a buzzing time getting stuck in and learning how we can further support bees and biodiversity.

We spent the remainder of the day with a little competitive fun as our social committee hosted Planet Mark’s sports day. It was a great afternoon of rounders, relay races, doughnut-eating competitions and connecting with our fantastic team.

From start to end, the day encompasses everything Planet Mark is about creating a positive impact with a team of passionate individuals working towards a better future.

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About Hive Cleaning and Bee Urban

Hive Cleaning is a commercial office cleaning company that prides itself on providing an extraordinary level of service upheld by sustainable and ethical values. Within two years of working with Planet Mark, Hive cut its carbon footprint in half.

Supporting biodiversity and the London bee population, Hive Cleaning adopts a beehive with Bee Urban for every new contract.

Bee Urban is a social enterprise that aims to work with communities to improve the environment for the benefit of us all, focusing on responsible urban beekeeping.

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