Our Mission

ABOUT COMBPLEX

Learn more by watching co-founder Hailey's  winning pitch at the Cornell Summit 2017 student pitch competition.

The traditional methods for inspecting a bee colony - physical inspection of the combs - offers a myriad of problems when beekeepers have thousands of colonies to manage, often spread across large areas. Combplex allows commercial beekeepers to triage which of their colonies need additional attention.  Combplex devices reduce labor needs and reduces summer losses, which leads to improved bee health across colonies and communities.

We are looking to expand our team! 

Please contact Hailey or Nathan if you are interested in joining Combplex.  We are actively seeking individuals with engineering, marketing, or programing experience.  If you are a Cornell student who likes bees and social media and would like to get course credit for being on facebook, instagram and twitter, please contact us!  Don't have those skill sets but want to help?? Contact us anyway! 

Hailey@beecombplex.com

Nathan@beecombplex.com

 

Where does your food come from? This map from the USDA Economic Research Service shows the routes that truckers and beekeepers follow when they move their bees across the country to pollinate the fruits and vegetables, nuts and flowers we eat every day. 

Where does your food come from? This map from the USDA Economic Research Service shows the routes that truckers and beekeepers follow when they move their bees across the country to pollinate the fruits and vegetables, nuts and flowers we eat every day.