26 August, 2013
TENTORIUM® is one of the largest enterprises in Russia processing a whole range of bee products on an industrial scale. The Company works on the market of wellness products for 25 years. Today the Company produces more than 200 items each of which go through painstaking quality control at every level of manufacturing. For processing the Company acquires bee products from a great amount of suppliers from different regions.
For many years TENTORIUM® has implemented projects aimed at the development of beekeeping: “Agrofranchise. The Development of Beekeeping”- business-offer concerning organization of apiaries, arranging the opening of 30 specialized shops for beekeepers in different cities of Russia, initiation of the World Save Bee Fund WSBF e.V, the issue of the “Its Majesty the Bee” magazine and many other things. In 2012 the Company realized a scale capital investment project “Building of the ApiEnterprise” that lets significantly increase the volume of processing bee products. High technology equipment for the ApiEnterprise was designed and developed according to HASSP standards (principles providing safety of food products) that let carry out gentle processing of raw materials. New ApiEnterprise of the TENTORIUM® Apicompany contributes to active development of beekeeping not only on the territory of Russia but also a range of foreign countries.
To promote its products the TENTORIUM® Apicompany chose “from heart to heart” system – the system of direct sales. The representative offices of “Tentorium” work throughout Russia and in the countries of European Union: Italy, Germany, Poland, Estonia, Lithuania, Mongolia, and Cyprus, and also in Macedonia, Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, Ukraine, Turkey, Kirgizia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia.
Specialists of beekeeping industry note that distributors of TENTORIUM® promoting products contribute to the development of beekeeping and increase of sales volume of raw materials in different regions. TENTORIUM® plans to enter such international markets as Arab Emirates, Canada, USA, Turkey, Spain, France and others.
24 May, 2013
renowned academicians and authors of outstanding books on the subjects of
social behavior, psychology of bee colonies, and bee ecology, are now confirmed
key speakers at the Scientific Program of the XXXXIII International Apimondia
Congress. Robert E. Page is key speaker in the Bee Biology Commission and Thomas
D. Seeley is key speaker in the Beekeeping for Rural Development Commission.
Robert E. Page is Vice Provost and Dean of the College of
Liberal Arts and Sciences and Foundation Professor of Life Sciences at the
Arizona State University. He was Founding Director of the School of Life
Sciences at Arizona State University and Chair of Entomology at the University
of California, Davis. Currently focusing on the evolution of complex social
behavior, Robert E. Page has published more than 200 research papers and
articles on population genetics and social behavior. He received the Alexander
von Humboldt Senior Scientist Award, was elected to the Leopoldina - the German
National Academy of Science. He is Elected Foreign Member of the Brazilian
Academy of Science, a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of
Science, Elected Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and
Fellow of the Institute for Advanced Study Berlin.
Thomas D. Seeley is Biology Professor at the Department of
Neurobiology and Behavior at Cornell University. He received his PhD from Harvard
and was Fellow at the Society of Fellows at Harvard, Professor at Yale
University and at Cornell University. He was Visiting Fellow at the Institute
of Advanced Study Berlin and Visiting Professor at the University of Wurzburg.
Thomas D. Seeley is author of prominent books “Honeybee Ecology”, “The Wisdom
of the Hive: The Social Physiology of Honeybee Colonies”, and “Honeybee
Democracy”. Thomas D. Seeley received
the Alexander von Humbold Distinguished U.S. Scientist Prize, was awarded the Guggenheim
Fellowship, and received the Gold Medal Book Award by Apimondia for his book
“The Wisdom of the Hive: The Social Physiology of Honeybee Colonies”. He was
elected Fellow of the Animal Behavior Society and Fellow of the American
Academy of Arts and Sciences. The most enduring award of Thomas D. Seeley is
the species of bee named after him: Neocorynurella
15 April, 2013
The Organizing Committee of the XXXXIII International Apicultural Congress conducted a press-conference “Colony loss can turn into a disaster for human kind. Experts from 20 countries are coming to Kyiv to prevent this danger” on 15 April 2013 in the premises of the News Agency RegioNews, Kyiv, 10-B, Khreshchatyk str., of. 8.
The President of the International Federation of Beekeeping Associations Apimondia, Mr. Gilles Ratia, the President of the Organizing Committee of the XXXXIII International Apicultural Congress, Mrs. Tetiana Vasylkyvska, the Secretary General of the International Federation of Beekeeping Associations Apimondia, Mr. Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini, the President of the Scientific Commission Bee Biology, Prof. Dr. Karl Crailsheim, and the Communication Coordinator of the Organizing Committee of the XXXXIII International Apicultural Congress, Mr. Yuriy Riphyak, participated in the press-conference. The Secretary of the IFBA Apimondia, Mr. Filippo Jannoni-Sebastianini, and the President of the Regional Commission Okeania, Ms. Maureen Maxwell, were present at the Press-Conference in the capacity of the honored guests.
The Communication Coordinator of the Organizing Committee, Mr. Yurij Riphyak, was the moderator of the event. He presented the participants and guests of the Press-Conference to the journalists.
The event and the topical issue discussed attracted the attention of the Mass Media. The journalist were present at the Press-Conference as follows: Yana Koretska (5th channel), Olga Paroschuk (IA “Agro News”), Oleksandr Brodsky and Orest Kogut (newspaper “The development of environment”), Volodymyr Tarasiuk (magazine “Agroworld of Ukraine”), Olga Skotnikova (First National Channel), Oleksiy Sopilniak and Yulia Menel (ICTV) and others.
The danger of bee extinction is one of the most topical ecological issues of the modern world, the bees not only being a source of bee products but also playing key role in plants pollination. The ways of solving these problems will be widely discussed at the XXXXIII Internationa; Apicultural Congress to be held in Kyiv in September – October 2013 and will become a landmark event for both Ukraine and world.
The President of the XXXXIII International Apicultural Congress, the President of the Organizing Committee of the XXXXIII International Apicultural Congress, Mrs. Tetiana Vasylkivska, answering the question “What is Apimondia Congress and what key factors should we know about it?” spoke about Apimondia Congresses, about the XXXXIII International Apicultural Congress to be held in Kyiv in September – October 2013, and about the uneasy struggle of 2 Ukrainian NGOs “Brotherhood of Ukrainian Beekeepes” and “Union of Ukrainian Beekeepers” for the right to hold the Congress in Ukraine. She also pointed out the objectives and the tasks of the main Congress Programs.
15 April, 2013
The official visit of the President of the International Federation of Beekeeping Associations Apimondia, Mr. Gilles Ratia, to Ukraine was held on 8-15 April 2013. Simultaneously the Organizing Committee of the XXXXIII International Apicultural Congress received the honored guests – the Members of Apimondia Executive Council on 11-15 April 2013 in Ukraine.
A number of important events were held during the visit of Apimondia President and the Members of Apimondia Executive Council. These events were as follows: the protocol session of the Apimondia Executive Council, the meeting of the members of Apimondia Executive Council with the Partners of the Organizing Committee of the XXXXIII International Apicultural Congress, the visit of the members of Apimondia Executive Council to the International Exhibition Center – the venue of the future Congress, and the press conference dedicated to the topical issue of colony loss and the methods of bee preservation.
Apimondia Executive Council held protocol session on 12-14 April 2013. During the session important issues of the Federation were discussed. The Members of Apimondia Executive Council listened to the report of the Organizing Committee of the XXXXIII International Apicultural Congress on the preparation stage of the XXXXIII International Apicultural Congress. The Managing Board of Apimondia especially noted the success achieved by the Organizing Committee in terms of the Congress preparation.
The Members of Managing Board of the International Federation of Beekeeping Associations Apimondia:
The President of the International Federation of Beekeeping Associations Apimondia Mr. Gilles Ratia
The Vice President of the International Federation of Beekeeping Associations Apimondia Mr. Lucas Daniel Martínez
The Secretary General of the International Federation of Beekeeping Associations Apimondia Mr. Riccardo Jannoni-Sebastianini
The Presidents of the Scientific Commissions of the International Federation of Beekeeping Associations Apimondia:
Beekeeping Economy – Dr. Dinh Quyet Tam
Bee Biology – Prof. Dr. Karl Crailsheim
Beekeeping Technology and Quality – Mr. Etienne Bruneau
Apitherapy – Dr. Theodore Cherbuliez
Beekeeping for Rural Development – Dr. Nicola J. Bradbear
03 April, 2013
We are happy to announce that the registration for the most important beekeeping contеst is now open.
For the first time in its history, the XXXXIII International Congress Apimondia will hold this World Beekeeping Awards Contest according to internationally harmonized standards, with the jury consisted of members from all 5 continents.
150 prizes will be awarded in three categories:
- Individual classes of awards are designed for passionate fans of beekeeping, seeking to win international recognition for their honey and beeswax.
- Commercial classes are for professional producers, who are willing to show their skills, a high level of product and packaging quality for different types of honey, their honey drinks and beeswax as well as commercial show windows. For the first time, prestigious awards will be given to celebrate the most extraordinary exhibits.
- Classes for Apimondia contests concern a traditional and favorite competition, where everything related to bees and beekeeping, from books and photos to ApiEkspo stands and advanced innovations will be presented. Special classes "to 18" were designed for the youngest friends of bees.
Five reasons why you can't afford yourself to miss the WBA 2013!
- Prizes – medals, certificates and trophies will be distributed to the winners in 49 classes.
- Perfection – an opportunity to receive feedback for your products from international judges, leading global professionals in beekeeping industry.
- Recognition – a unique platform to demonstrate the success of your business in the apiculture industry..
- Test – chance to challenge the best of the best within the industry.
- Celebration – an invitation to a glittering awards ceremony and closing ceremony of the Apimondia Congress to celebrate this event with the world’s beekeeping elite.