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25 Nov 2019

Ahead of the December 2019 General Election, the ACT have provided a brief summary of each major political party's policies that could affect cycling.

25 Nov 2019

IRC member ACS is calling on convenience store retailers to share their experiences of retail crime over the last 12 months in their 2020 Crime Survey.

21 Nov 2019

With Small Business Saturday just over two weeks away, it's not too late to put some plans in motion to get the most out of it!

20 Nov 2019

Indie Retail UK has launched a new campaign that celebrates all the hard work and creativity that independent retailers put into creating their shop window displays.

19 Nov 2019

The Big One Fishing shows 2020 are back with two of the biggest hows in the angling industry held at Stoneleigh and Farnborough.

18 Nov 2019

The Conservative Party proposes to provide a business rates discount for retailers

15 Nov 2019

ACS has briefed all prospective parliamentary candidates on the policy issues that affect local shops

13 Nov 2019

The Secretary of State for Transport, The Rt Hon Grant Shapps, has updated the House on key recent achievements by the Department for Transport

13 Nov 2019

The 5 main asks for the next government to encourage walking and cycling

12 Nov 2019

Sarah Graham, owner of Arragon's Cycles has spoken out about how the competition has affected their business and how they continuously strive for greatness.

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eBike Summit 2020 date announced

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News

The eBike Summit have announced that they will return to Oxford University's Wolfson College on the 16th of April 2020, with an expanded capacity, new interactive meeting spaces and a stellar line-up of speakers and exhibitors.

The eBike Summit, in partnership with EDF Energy, is a high level business forum for progressing the business of eBikes with the wider purpose of promoting sustainable transport.

Last year's inaugural eBike Summit was a huge success, with tickets selling out just 2 weeks after their release. The event was attended by a range of e-bike manufacturers, traders, local authorities and enthusiasts for an action-packed day of talks, test rides and networking.

The 2020 eBike summit features an expanded capacity of 250 tickets, up from 150 the year before. The panel discussions will be:
- OEMs
- Investment
- Infrastructure
- Research
- Sustainability

Find out more about the eBike summit 2020 and how you can attending as a delegate, exhibitor or speaker by or visiting the newly launched website here.

 

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