Cycling in the lead: From Covid-19 Recovery to the EU Green Deal.
Cycling Industries Europe (CIE), a trade association and voice of cycling business in Europe will host its annual summit on 28th April 2020.
Leading industry experts and stakeholders will join this high level policy event online and focus on cycling as one of the mega trends of 2020 choosen by key players like IKEA and Deloitte.
Cycling industries are the game changers of decarbonised mobility in Europe and can massively contribute to achieving the goals of the European Green Deal, starting from a green Covid-19 recovery. At this summit the impact of the sector and its new innovations will be put in the spotlight.
By showing its resilience during the corona virus crises, cycling has emerged as a reliable transport and poised to guide Europe to meets its objective of becoming world’s 1st climate-neutral continent.
The agenda includes talks by key note speakers who are expected to state the role of industry, technology and cycling and show the way forward from current crises to the European Green Deal.
The first of the two panel discussions will create a vision for post-corona virus cities decoding critical questions: What will post-corona virus cities look like? Is a shift away of car-centric world possible?
The second panel will discuss innovation, investment, business and recovery.
The speakers line-up include Kevin Mayne, CEO, Cycling Industries Europe and Paul Lee, Global Head of Research for the technology, media and telecommunications industry, Deloitte; amongst other experts.
Following the 1st ever virtual conference Digital WorldBike held on 31st March 2020, Cycling Industries Europe Summit 2020 will be the next big cycling event to go online.
Register for free using this link: Cycling Industries Europe 2020 Summit
About CIE: Cycling Industries Europe is a trade association representing the cycling industries in Europe. The members of Cycling Industries Europe come from across the globe and represent the entire supply chain, from bicycle and parts makers to bike sharing, cycle logistics, online services, financial services, infrastructure, tourism and consultancy.
Source: Cycling Industries Europe
(Edited by Vijay Malhotra)