Finance

RBS
Balderton Capital

WHEB Private Equity
Gores Group
Euromoney
Collegiate
Arete Research
Burlington Associates
Baker Tilly
Skrill

Creative

Royal Opera House
Shakespeare’s Globe
Young Vic
Exclusive Media
Hammer Films
Factory Settings
White Light Ltd

Nonprofit

ActionAid
Prince’s Foundation for Building Community
Keep Britain Tidy
RSPB
Friends of the Earth (pdf)
Elfrida Rathbone Camden
Energy Saving Trust
Farm Africa
Forum for the Future
Sense International
We Are 336
Dot Dot Dot
NCVO
Bail for Immigration Detainees

Community

Waterloo, St John with St Andrew C of E parish

Media & Comms

MediaCom (twitter)
Progressive Media
Maxus
UBM
Friday
Forster Communications
38 Degrees
Head London

Retail

Cannon & Cannon Fine Foods
TwentyTwentyOne

Press & Publishing

China Daily
Financial Times
Simon & Schuster
Evening Standard (editorial)
Dorling Kindersley
Penguin Random House
Profile Books

Legal

Allen & Overy
Nabarro
Charles Russell
Ferguson Snell
Herbert Smith Freehills

Health & Fitness

Barts NHS Trust
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
King’s College Hospital NHS Trust
London’s Air Ambulance
Association of Anaesthetists (blog post)
British Military Fitness
Action on Smoking and Health
Athlete Lab

Education

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Queen Mary University of London
University of Westminster
Open College Network
Students’ Union University of the Arts

Design & Architecture

Pearson Lloyd
NLA
Momentum
Pollard Thomas Edwards
Price & Myers
Sustrans

Manufacturing & Printing

Unilever
CEMEX UK
Brompton Bicycle
Sofa.com

Millnet
Hovis
Coca-Cola

Property

Knight Frank
Barratt
Argent LLP
DTZ Group
Crown Estate
NearDesk
Flexi Offices
GVA (blog post)
Hotblack Desiato (Twitter)
Land Securities
Ethical Property

Technology

Microsoft
ARM

Nesta

Canonical | Ubuntu
Equisys
Digital Craftsmen
Marmalade
Saffron Digital
Black Swan Data
Workday
Ignitr

Telecommunications

Orange

Professional

Deloitte (twitter)
Ipsos MORI
EuroMonitor International
Towers Watson
Caissa Global Recruitment
BCS Consulting
ICM Group

Professional Societies

Institute of Physics
CIWEM

Events

Experience
Summit Events

Government

City of London Police (Evening Standard article)

NGO

Franco-British Council

progressive-logo

‘Progressive Media Group supports the proposals to implement segregated cycle super-highways in London, including two routes close to our headquarters across Blackfriars Bridge and along the Victoria Embankment.

‘This could be of major benefit to our 1,000 staff based in the City of London and encourage more of them to adopt healthier lifestyles and active travel.’

Andy Hunt, Chairman of Progressive Media Group


 

Barts Logo

I am supporting the proposal to implement segregated cycle super-highways in London, including a route east-west close to Barts and to The Royal London and along the Victoria Embankment.

Mr Peter Morris, Chief Executive of Barts Health NHS Trust

 


Hammer Films Logo

‘The Mayor’s plan and vision for cycling are great news for the film business in London. We look forward to seeing them in place without delay.’

Marc Schipper –  CEO , Exclusive Media | Hammer Films

 


Balderton Capital Logo

‘The proposed North–South and East–West routes will help this city attract and retain the entrepreneurs and employees that London’s businesses needs to thrive.  Let’s see them soon!’

Harry Briggs Principal, Balderton Capital 

 


arete-logo-feature

‘I’m the MD and founder of a 30+ person technology research company in London. More than half of our staff cycle to work and cycling is the primary way we get around town to see clients and partners. The efficiency and health benefits are clear to our business.’

‘Bringing a Dutch-style cycling infrastructure to London is long overdue, as would be sensible proposals to limit the hours of HGVs on the road. To keep the SMEs like ourselves that attract talent and power London’s economy growing, we can’t waste more time in reallocating public space to healthy, efficient, and green transport.’

Richard Kramer, Founder & Managing Director, Arete LLP

 



 

euromoney-logo-small

‘Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC supports the proposals to implement segregated cycle super-highways in London, including two routes close to our headquarters across Blackfriars Bridge and along the Victoria Embankment.’

Christopher Fordham – Chief Executive Officer, Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC

 


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‘Like many businesses in London, a fast growing number of our employees cycle to work. An even larger proportion or the team would cycle to the office if they felt comfortable and safe on the roads….

These plans are good for business, for London and for all Londoners whether they cycle or not.’

John Redford, Vice Chairman, Millnet

 


 

WHEB-logo-featured

‘We proudly endorse the plans outlined by Transport for London to create new segregated routes through the heart of the city. Both the proposed north–south and east–west routes will help us attract and retain the employees our business needs to continue to thrive’

Rob Wylie, Founding Partner and Chairman, WHEB 


 

pollard thomas edwards

‘The staff and directors of Pollard Thomas Edwards cycle over 5000 miles per month on London’s streets, and we support and encourage sustainable travel and living. These proposed dedicated cycleways will enhance London’s reputation as a forward-thinking sustainable capital city, and make travel safer for our cyclists. ‘

The Partners, Pollard Thomas Edwards

 


 Canonical Logo

We firmly endorse the Mayor’s Vision for Cycling in London. We specifically support the cross London plans from City Hall to create new segregated routes through the heart of the city.

These plans are good for London and Londoners making it a more attractive and productive city in which we can build a business and serve customers.

Jane Silber. CEO Canonical Group


 


 

GoodSir Commercial

I cycle to work on daily basis as do many of my staff. An even larger proportion would like to cycle, but feel our streets are not safe for cycling.

Paul GoodSir, Founder & MD GoodSir Commercial

 

One thought on “All employers & key quotes

  1. MJZ Consulting is a small finance consultancy working from client sites across the City and Canary Wharf. Therefore we depend on a safe and efficient transport infrastructure. We fully support the North-South and East-West dedicated cycle paths to ensure we arrive at client sites to start work before our competitors turn up in taxis.

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