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Share links, slides, videos and files and be always on the same page with your team.

Bees have a genius way of communicating complex messages to each other - and they make it look really simple. Bees can show the position of food sources, using something the bee professors call waggle dance. The orientation of the dance correlates to direction of the food source, and its length is correlated to the distance from the hive. The more vigorous the display is, the better the quality of food. Last but not least, bees from nearby hives can't listen in this information to get to the food source first.

At Posterbee we wanted to make being informed and being on the same page with your team members as simple as it is for bees. Teaching the world to dance, with touch-sensitive iPad app perhaps, would have been one way to do it. We chose to create Posterbee.