The topic is: "How to make it as an independent bicycle retailer"

Lightspeed to run St Patrick’s Day event for bike shops

"How to make it as an independent bicycle retailer" is the topic of a brand new exclusive St Patrick’s Day event being run by Lightspeed.

The point of sale and eCommerce solutions specialist is inviting the industry to enjoy a beer or two while discussing the ways independent bicycle retailers can achieve success.

Lightspeed has over 34,000 customers transacting over £7 billion annually, in over 100 countries.

Lightspeed said: "Running a bike shop is hard work. Get some handy tips and tricks to help you gear up for business success. This is a great opportunity to meet and listen to inspiring retailers share their secrets on how to run an outstanding bicycle business and provide an exceptional shopping experience for anyone who walks into your shop!"

Space is limited – shops can sign up online here

The guest speaker line up includes: 

  • Jef Sharp, former Mountain Bike National Champion and owner of Claud Butler Cambridge
  • Darren Sansom, Assistant Manager at Claud Butler Cambridge 
  • Andy Kearney, owner of Brink Cycleworks
  • Steve Simms, owner of Brink Cycleworks

PocketHighStreet (‘The Digital High Street At Everyone’s Fingertips’) and iZettle (provider of mobile payments) will also feature. 

Event: St. Patrick’s day event hosted by Lightspeed
Date: 17 March 2016, 6 pm to 9 pm 
Address: Floor 5, 201 Borough High St, London SE1 1JA, UK

There’s more info on Lightspeed at

+44 20 3695 9599

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