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International forum for e-bike industry coming to Oxford

The eBike Summit, the first dedicated international business event for the e-bike industry, is set to be held at Oxford University’s Wolfson College tomorrow, 10th April.

Bringing together industry players and business leaders from cycling bodies, cycle manufacturers, the retail sector, investors and the public sector, the summit is aiming to create a business forum to propel the business of e-bike mobility. The summit’s headline sponsor is EDF Energy, and speakers will include leaders from across the industry, with CEO speakers from a number of leading UK, European and global companies.

Ade Thomas, executive director of Green.TV, who heads up the eBike Summit, said: “I’m very excited to be hosting the first ever business event dedicated to turning the wheels of e-bike business, and inviting the e-bike leaders, from across the world, to the cycling city of Oxford.”

Richard Hughes, director of sales and marketing at EDF Energy, said: “EDF Energy is excited to support this dynamic and rapidly growing sector, as part of our broader investment in the electrification of transport and the UK’s low carbon transition.”

Kevin Mayne, chief executive officer at Cycling Industries Europe, said: “E-bikes are leading a transformation of mobility across Europe, and they are also transforming our industries. High quality jobs with digital and electrical skills are being created on a daily basis, reinforcing cycling’s role in the green economy.”

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