Orange, telecoms giant with £36bn+ turnover, calls for Crossrail for Bikes in London

Orange Group is one of the world’s leading telecommunications groups. The company’s UK offices are in Paddington, London. Christine Walser-Sacau,  Head of UK Group Functions & HR Director, outlined why the proposed routes are important to her and her staff: ‘Like many businesses in London, a growing number of our locally-based 200+ employees cycle to… Read More

Nesta CEO says ‘Crossrail for Bikes’ offer a big payoff for employers

Nesta (formerly the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts) is now an independent charity that works to increase the innovation capacity of the UK.  The organisation acts through a combination of practical programmes, investment, policy and research. Nesta’s CEO, Geoff Mulgan explained their support: “The proposed superhighways have been long in coming but are no less… Read More

Black Swan Data CEO outlines support for ‘Crossrail for bikes’

Black Swan Data Limited is a leading Technology company based in Waterloo, London. They provide Data Science services and have been based in London for over three years Steve King, CEO explains their position: ‘Like many businesses in London, a growing number of our employees cycle to work. An even larger proportion of our team would cycle to… Read More

Confirmit, 400 tech staff in London, strongly back new TfL plans

Confirmit Ltd is a leading technology business based in Bankside, Southwark. Providing software and service solutions to London, Confirm IT have been based in London for 15 years and employ 400 people. Tim Hannington, executive vice president of sales EMEA & Asia Pacific, explained the firm back ‘Crossrail for Bikes’. ‘Like many businesses in London, a growing… Read More

Saffron Digital, based in Farringdon, support new Cycle Superhighway plans

Saffron Digital is a leading digital media services delivery company. They have been based in Farringdon for nine years. Jason Keane, CEO explained the company’s position on Crossrail for bikes: ‘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… Read More

Equisys, document software leader, backs segregated cycle lanes

Equisys Ltd is a leading software development firm with offices in Southwark.  Based in London for over 25 years, Equisys produces the award-winning Zetafax® suite of products used by over 60,000 customers in more than 100 countries worldwide for document management. Colin Duxberry,  the Finance Director of this UK success story, explained why ‘Crossrail for bikes’ means so much… Read More