Event – Remanufacture & Reuse in the cycling industry
When? Thursday 19th January 2017 10am -12.30pm
Where? Mountain Bike Centre of Scotland, Glentress Forest, EH45 8NB
The Mountain Bike Centre of Scotland (MTBCoS) and the Scottish Institute for Remanufacturing (SIR) are hosting an event to look into how the cycling industry can reduce waste and redesign their products to allow for reuse or remanufacture.
We are also delighted to announce that Isla Rowntree of Islabikes will be presenting at the event to talk about the “Imagine Project” of leasing bikes and how they will be designed for longeivity and easy refurbishment.
Who should attend?
- Cycling companies producing bikes, e-bikes, components, clothing, protection, tyres, wearable technology
- Academics from engineering, textiles, polymer, electronics, manufacturing, business schools, chemicals, physics backgrounds
- Companies providing services & products in the reuse and remanufacture of goods
- Students and entrepreneurs with business ideas.
There is an oppurtunity for attendees to present a 2 minute speed pitch to highlight your expertise or requirements to the rest of the audience. There will be two networking sessions to build upon the speed pitches.
Tickets for this event are £10 (£5 for students) and include free parking and lunch. Tickets, the agenda and all the event information can be found on the event booking page