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Free workshop for Bike Week event organisers

Posted on 11 Mar 2013

Free Cycle City Expo passes - Friday April 26th Birmingham - for Bike Week event organisers!

The workshop will help event organisers plan, market and deliver a successful event with tips on marketing and promotion from communication experts.

Free passes are also on offer for entry to the exhibition at the Cycle City event www.cyclecityexpo.com.

Cycle City is a ground breaking conference and exhibition for all those working to significantly raise levels of cycling in Britain.

Town and cities with high levels of cycling are fit, fun and work for people. This event shows how we get from potential to reality.

The event will feature presentations from high-profile individuals throughout the UK and beyond with expertise and influence in cycling policy, promotion and infrastructure. It is a chance to meet and network with the key individuals throughout the UK working on cycling projects.

The focus of Cycle City is utility cycling, and the aim is for the people in government, employers, third sector, consultancies, suppliers and public health bodies involved in designing infrastructure and promotion of cycling, to discuss and develop strategies to get more people cycling more safely in British cities.

There will be opportunities for attendees at the Bike Week workshop to attend other workshops free.

If you would like to attend the Bike Week workshop please contact Andre Curtis chair@cyclenation.org.uk.

The deadline for applications is Wednesday 19th March. Full passes that include drinks reception, tea, coffee, lunch and access to main plenary are available online at www.cyclecityexpo.com .

For queries regarding the Cyclecity expo please call 020 7091 7865 or email conferences@landor.co.uk

For queries regarding the Bike Week workshop please call Andre Curtis 07960 418459.