29 Aug 2019

The world's biggest cycling industry event is almost here and CIE is ready to meet you

Next week the leaders of the global cycling industries will be gathering in Germany for the annual Eurobike Show and CIE has a great range of opportunities to meet. 

Our Leaders' Breakfast and the after-work Cargo Bike Party are essential networking events where the global giants and industry's most innovative start-ups meet. Nearly 200 company Presidents, CEOs, owners and directors have already registered, so you need to move fast to get one of the final places!

However, just as important to us are the one-to-one meetings with companies who will participate in our European Expert Groups, the steering groups that will combine their market intelligence and expertise to steer sector developments and policies for the industry in coming years. Our Bike Sharing Expert Group covers an estimated 80% of the EU market and two new Expert Groups for Cargo Biking and Connected/Intelligent Cycling are now accepting expressions of interest from across the globe. 

In the pipeline will also be similar groups looking at areas such as innovation, new business models, sustainability and e-bikes. If your company wants to lead the cycling industry in the future you should be talking to CIE! 

Read below how to register for our events or book a meeting with our team. 

 

The Leaders' Breakfast - Eurobike's top networking event

Shimano, Accell, Giant, PON, SRAM, Cycleurope, Decathlon, Tern, WTB, Urban Arrow, General Motors/ARIV, Harley-Davidson, Specialized, Bosch and Brompton are among the companies already signed up for the Leaders's Breakfast on Thursday 5th September, but places are going fast. 

Learn about the opportunities for growth in the global and European cycling markets, the political challenges in the sector and opportunities for industrial collaboration. Discover how the international industry associations are working to strengthen the industry and how companies can benefit.

This event is jointly organised by Cycling Industries Europe, CONEBI, World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industries and European Cyclists’ Federation, in partnership with Eurobike. 

Register here

Time: Thu, September 5, 2019, 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM, Location: Berlin-Paris rooms, Foyer East

 

New! The Cargo Bike Party - meet the people behind cycling's hottest new market

  • Have you heard that cycle logistics and cargo biking is one of the fastest growing sectors in cycling?

  • Are you serious about opportunities to break into Urban Logistics?

  • Ready to meet like-minded people who know all there is to know about cargo bikes?

  • Always hungry and thirsty after a day at the show? 

If any of this is you then on September 5th get down to Eurobike Hall A1 after work for the Cargo Bike Party, organised by CIE and our partners the European Cycle Logistics Federation and supported by our international project City Changer Cargo Bike, together with 16 of the leading companies in the sector who are all waiting to meet you at the party.

Don't forget to share the event in your social media channels and let everyone know that you are coming. 

 

Meet the CIE team and join the companies shaping the future of cycling

Cycling represents over 600,000 jobs in Europe, representing an employment sector that is bigger than coal, steel or mining. And within our sector there are a huge diversity of businesses, from bike makers and retailers right through to services such as app makers. Our members highlight the true diversity of cycling business, both in size, scale and in their business areas. This means not only do we have a stronger voice, but our Expert Groups are highly effective ways for businesses to collaborate, because there is always an expert partner in our networks who can help the overall development of the industry.

Book your meeting at Eurobike if you want to support a strong cycling industry in Europe or you want to engage with other leaders in these live topics:

To book your meeting with our policy team email us at Info@cyclingindustries.com 

 See you soon!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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