…so far, the C2W provider reveals at brand conference

Cyclescheme signs up 4,000 new employers in 2011

Last week a cross section of the bike trade attended Cyclescheme’s second annual Brand Conference in Bath.

Key UK suppliers joined in a group discsussion on projected growth in the cycle to work sector after presentations by the newly trademarked Cyclescheme. Discussions were also held on how brands and Cyclescheme can work together to help support the UK retail network.

Cyclescheme revealed it has continued to grow in 2011, with 4,000 new employers clients signed up to date in 2011.

Presentations on new business generated, trading performance over the past 12 months and on strategy for acquiring more blue chip and SME clients were also held.

Left to right: Bill Baxter (Madison Cycles), Dan White (Cube Europe), Daniel Gillborn (Cyclescheme). Malcolm Davies (Trek Bicycle), Daniel Gaby (Kona), Stephen Holt (Cyclescheme), Nigel Roberts (Trek Bicycle), Scott Hillyard (2X2), Chris Waters (Cyclescheme), Russell Merry (Cycling Sports Group), Steve Carter (Scott Sports), Julie Hayward (Dawes Cycles), Laurence Boon (Cyclescheme), Catriona Sutherland (Scott Sports), Lawrence Cox (Dawes Cycles), Jeremy Persad (Cyclescheme), Ross Patterson (ATB Sales). Martin Astley (Hotlines Europe), Chris Needs (Derby Cycle), Stephen Cromwell (Fisher Outdoor) Richard Grigsby (Cyclescheme),Steve Hewson (co2Balance), Gary Cooper (Cyclescheme), Andrew Brodrick (Cyclescheme), Adrian Warren (Cyclescheme), Elaine Curtin (Farrelly Atkinson), Philip Seryan (Brompton Cycles)

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