India Honey Alliance and National Bee Board present ‘Hive to Home 4.0’ on June 23
India Honey Alliance (IHA), a collaboration of the entire honey value chain across the country, is all set to host an informative and interactive webinar – ‘Hive to Home 4.0 – The Busy Bee’
New Delhi, June 21, 2022: India Honey Alliance (IHA), a collaboration of the entire honey value chain across the country, is all set to host an informative and interactive webinar – ‘Hive to Home 4.0 – The Busy Bee’ in collaboration with the National Bee Board. This is the fourth consecutive webinar by IHA that will focus on ‘Beekeeping as a source of income and its impact on human life’ and will be held on June 23 from 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm.
The panel of speakers and experts include Dr. Naveen Patle, ED – National Bee Board, Dr. Laxmi Rao - CBRTI, Pune, Apoorva BV, Director, Honey Day Farms, and Sujana Krishnamoorthy, ED – Under The Mango Tree Society. The session will be moderated by Somit Mukherjee, Sr. VP-Dabur. The industry experts will share their insights on the importance of beekeeping as an industry, employment generation through beekeeping, and the potential of honey byproducts (other than honey) in the Indian market. This webinar is in line with IHA objectives of focusing on good bee-keeping practices and related issues faced by the beekeepers.
Namrata Khanna, Director, India Honey Alliance, said, “Of late, India has become one of the world’s most important honey markets because of the huge beekeeping potential that the country possesses. Therefore, the holistic development of the beekeeping sector is of utmost importance. The sector has immense potential to benefit the farming community on a large scale by creating a sustainable income for beekeepers and generating employment for landless farmers too. There is a need to increase awareness on its benefits to humans & the environment. It is important to understand the world of bees for a happy co-existence. Considering all these points, IHA is bringing together several industry experts on one platform where they will discuss the potential ways and means to create a robust, transparent and long-term strategy for organizing the beekeeping sector.”