Flow Hive, the biggest innovation in beekeeping since 1852
Cedar Anderson the Co-Inventor, CEO & Co-Founder of Flow Hive and the Flow Hive technology that has been hailed as the biggest innovation in beekeeping since 1852 joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Cedar Anderson discuss the following:
- Tell us about Flow Hive and why the company was founded and your overall mission?
- Describe the Flow Frame technology and how it makes honey harvesting gentler on bees and the other advantages to making your own honey?
- Can anyone use Flow Hive or who is the primary audience?
- Why is this technology perfect for beginners?
- Give us a few tips on how beginners can set themselves up for success with beekeeping?
- You recently did a project called The Billions of Blossoms. Tell us about that.
- Why do you feel it is important to continue to educate the public on the benefits of beekeeping and the importance of supporting pollinators worldwide?
- Do you have any summer savings happening or where can one go to learn more about Flow Hive? Where can they go for more information?
Cedar Anderson has been a beekeeper since the age of six, following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather before him. Growing up on a bushland “intentional community” in northern New South Wales, Australia, Cedar didn’t have a TV. Instead, he spent his time tinkering and coming up with crazy inventions to delight his friends and family.
It was during a particularly nasty summer honey harvest that he decided, “there has to be a better way”, and got to work with his dad Stuart on the decade-long process of inventing a gentler, easier system.
The Flow Hive has been hailed as the biggest innovation in beekeeping since 1852, and the Andersons’ company has now shipped more than 65,000 orders all around the world.
Cedar lives on the far north coast of New South Wales with his partner Kylie and their two children Jarli and Mella.
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