Celebrate Nutrition and Hydration Week by investing in an award winning health business

Health conscious consumers are being given the opportunity to invest in their own wellbeing and that of the planet, following the launch of award winning health product business Bee Good’s CrowdCube fundraise.

Bee Good, the award winning cosmetics and health products business based on bees wax and honey, has launched the initiative to enable consumers to invest in the future of their products and the business.

Appropriately choosing Nutrition and Hydration Week to make the move, Bee Good has put together a package of giveaways for those who want to put their wallet where their health is.

Simon Cavill, Founder of Bee Good, said: “Having had feedback that many of our customers would like to be part of the business itself, and not just consumers, we came up with the concept, which will help us grow at the same time as providing cashflow for increased stock.

“This will support the business as we win new contracts and make Bee Good products more widely available both online and in the high street. Launching the initiative during Nutrition and Hydration Week seemed the natural timing.”

Bee Good have partnered with crowd funding platform CrowdCube to make investing in Bee Good as easy as possible, and according to Simon Cavill, “All the indications are that there will be quite a ‘buzz’ from people wanting to play their part in the Bee Good journey. At the time of publishing we have already achieved one third of our target, even before the investment round formally opens this Monday, 18.”

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Notes for Editors:

Details of the investment invitation are available at http://crowdcube.com/beegood

Investments of this nature carry risks to your capital. Please Invest Aware.


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About Bee Good Ltd

Bee Good was created in 2008 by husband and wife team, Simon and Caroline. As an expert beekeeper, Simon keeps a number of beehives in old orchards surrounding his Hampshire home. It was Caroline’s interest in harnessing the excess honey and beeswax to create natural skincare products which led to the first award-winning products; a lip balm and a hand cream; made in Caroline’s kitchen using centuries-old recipes and sold at local Hampshire farmer’s markets. Word spread, sales grew and the awards continued, so in 2013 Simon recruited a small team of skincare experts with similar beliefs and passion for natural skincare to build Bee Good into the award-winning, premium skincare brand that it is today. Whilst our ambition is to grow Bee Good, we are proud of our roots and will always stay true to what makes us what we are – our British bees! As a champion of British bee-keeping, Simon focuses solely on actively promoting the security of our British bees. He teaches beekeeping and works closely with the British Beekeeper’s Association and the Bee Farmers Association. Bee Good actively supports our British bees, not just with charitable donations, but by a programme of tangible support including the education of young beekeepers and the planting of wildflower meadows across the UK. You can read Simon's latest tales of his bees in our Beauty & the Bees blog on the Bee Good website at www.beegood.co.uk


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