A bee feeding on the nectar of a flower Bees feeding on the nectar of flowers

About Us

We make a buzz

Hektar Nektar’s Projekt 2028 is an initiative to achieve a 10% increase in the bee population in Germany and Austria by 2028. We support this with sponsorship providing half a three-quarter million bees with a home.

We have two beehive near each of our five German locations  home for a total of a three-quarter million bees. Bees are enormously important for our natural balance and thus ultimately for our continued existence. Our commitment to these tiny creatures, which are about 13 millimetres long, is therefore important and makes sense.

 

 
Unternehmen mit Herz Unternehmen mit Herz
Cushman Wakefield and Hektar Nektar Cushman Wakefield and Hektar Nektar
Each of our beehives is looked after by professional beekeepers, as part of the Hektar Nektar beekeeping Project 2028, which aims to, and will, increase the bee population by ten percent over the next few years. The project is financed by donations and companies that, like ourselves, sponsor new hives. 
Beekeeper collects honey from the bees Beekeeper collects honey from the bees

"Sustainability begins small but has a big impact in the end. Our bee project makes a contribution to insect protection and also raises awareness of it – and thus ultimately contributes to the stability of our ecosystem.“

Verena S. Bauer I Head of Marketing & Communications Germany

To the project

SUSTAINABILITY STORIES

Bee hotels in the winter garden
Insights • Sustainability / ESG

Shivering themselves warm in winter

The nights are long, the trees are bare and the migratory birds have already flown south.
Verena Bauer • 22/12/2022
Electric car charging stations
Insights • Sustainability / ESG

Superchargers in the basement car park

How rising demand for electric corporate fleets is influencing real estate planning
Verena Bauer • 09/12/2022
Illustration of a green factory, a construction site with crane and an old building
Insights • Sustainability / ESG

Earth Day: New from old

Is it better to convert or demolish? When is your property fit for the future, when does it have potential and when is even a conversion a hopeless prospect? 
Verena Bauer • 22/04/2022

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