China Daily, Leading city news service supports safe cycling infrastructure for employees

China Daily UK is a leading Chinese investor news service based in the City of London that publishes the European edition of China Daily. Published in English, China Daily is circulated to 25 countries throughout Europe. The paper won The International Newspaper of the Year Award in 2014 from the British Newspaper Awards. China Daily have… Read More

1,000 strong Progressive Media Group backs new Cycle Superhighways

Progressive Media Group is a privately held group of companies including Global Data, Timetric and Progressive Media International. The group spans media, business information services, technology and communications and counts 80% of Fortune 500 as its clients. Andy Hunt, Chairman of the 1000-strong Progressive Media Group outlined their support: ‘Cycling safety needs a higher profile. Progressive Media… Read More

Managing Director of Arete backs segregated cycling infrastructure

In January 2000 and after four years as the #1 rated technology analyst in Europe, Richard Kramer left Goldman Sachs to form Arete, Europe’s leading provider of technology equity research. Richard spelt out why he supports TfL’s plans for cycling infrastructure: I’m the MD and founder of a 30+ person technology research company in London. More… Read More

CEO of Euromoney backs segregated cycle super highways

Headquartered in the City of London and with about 2300 staff worldwide, Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a member of the FTSE 250 share index. It is a leading international business-to-business media group focused primarily on the international finance, metals and commodities sectors. Christopher Fordham, Chief Executive Officer… Read More

Private & Listed equity team, WHEB back London’s new cycle plans

WHEB are a leading investment company based in Mayfair, London. The team specialize in both private and listed equity as well as infrastructure investments. Rob Wylie, the Founding Partner and Chairman explained why the company are so strongly in support of the new proposals for segregated infrastructure in the heart of the London: ‘As the Chairman and Partners of… Read More

Millnet, Leading City tech supplier backs new cycling infrastructure

Millnet is the UK’s leading independent provider of electronic discovery, e-disclosure and e-document services to the legal, financial and corporate sectors. Their clients represent a broad spectrum of UK and International law firms, investment banks, their advisers and their corporate clients. John Redford, Vice Chairman of Millnet, explained why they are backing the new segregated cycle lanes:… Read More

City property specialist GoodSir Commercial support new Cycle SuperHighways

Founder and Managing Director Paul GoodSir explains why Goodsir Commercial, his commercial property company, want segregated cycle lanes in central London. ‘We are a  leading property agency offering acquisitions, disposal and property management services across the Greater London area. I cycle to work on daily basis as do many of my staff. An even larger proportion would… Read More