Wednesday Roundup of supporters

Here at CyclingWorks, we’ve been privileged to tap into a tremendous well of support for safe and comfortable cycle infrastructure. We quite literally have no idea who is going to send the next letter, and seeing statements from employers big and small has been a joy throughout the process. The number of statements keeps growing… Read More

Skrill adds support to cycle ‘superhighway’ plans

Skrill has added it’s voice to the huge number of London employers calling for new protected cycle routes to be built. Skrill is a leading financial services and payments business based in Canary Wharf.  They serve over 36 million customers and work with over 150,000 businesses worldwide.  They have been based in London for over… Read More

Ignitr adds detailed support for protected cycling in London

Ignitr is a software engineering firm working in the financial services sector and are based in Canary Wharf. In a detailed and well-researched response to the Transport for London consultation, Head of communications and media Angus MacDonald explained: ‘Half of ignitr’s employees cycle to work, reflecting the business’s strong affinity with cycling (we sponsor of the Nocturne,… Read More

ARM PLC call dedicated cycle lanes a big step towards ‘Smart Cities’

ARM is the world’s leading semiconductor intellectual property (IP) supplier. Founded in 1990, and based in Cambridge over 50 billion ARM-based chips have been shipped to date and the company has a market cap of over £12bn and over 2000 employees. ARM PLC are based in Cambridge however ARM employees work in London every day meeting partners and… Read More

Publisher, Dorling Kindersley & software giant Workday: ‘Build the new Cycle Superhighways’

Dorling Kindersley is a subsidiary of Penguin Random House. They are a worldwide publisher who specialise in illustrated reference books, and have been based in the Strand for over 40 years. Carole Mackenzie is Head of HR at DK UK and she released a statement about TfL’s Cycle Superhighway plans: ‘Like many businesses in London,… Read More

CEO of leading digital agency Friday outlines support for TfL cycle plans

Friday is one of the UK’s leading digital consultancies. The team have been based in Barbican since the business was founded five years ago. Alex Wright, Friday’s CEO, is a leading thinker in digital marketing and explained why ‘Crossrail for Bikes’ is so important to the business. ‘We have 80 staff, and are growing at 25% per… Read More