Publishing house Simon & Schuster are supporting the plans for segregated cycle tracks through the centre of London. The company, a subsidiary of CBS, publishes roughly 2000 titles annually. In 2012, Simon & Schuster imprints placed 317 titles on the New York Times bestseller list, including 35 #1 bestsellers.
This year marks the company’s 90th anniversary.
Jessica Harris, Human Resources Manager for Simon & Schuster London, had this to say about the proposed cycle superhighway scheme:
‘Like many businesses in London, a growing number of our employees cycle to work. An even larger proportion of our team would cycle to the office if they felt comfortable and safe on the roads.
‘We value their safety, want to promote active lifestyles for all employees and support their freedom to choose how they get to work.’
HR Manager, Simon & Schuster London