Got all my stuff, no questions asked.
Any experts on this.
Looks like company I work for wants to do this , and I am being asked to look into . Some independent advice would be good , be nice to have a scheme that favours smaller bike shops rather than the big boys . Any thoughts or contact names would be great . Been googling , bit figured worth an ask here also. Cheers Jerome
any bike at any price. no end of scheme fees - https://greencommuteinitiative.uk/?gclid=CjwKCAjwqpP2BRBTEiwAfpiD-75ZqJIHB5E42N6hLwKQCEhuMGG8TQFUbaCll25wKI-jvtBr23P-NBoCbocQAvD_BwE
Thanks it does all look straightforward . But things to think about such as people leaving before they pay back monies . I would be keen to find a partner that supports small bike shops where possible . I assume the scheme providers get paid by the bike supplier , could be quite a lucrative scheme to operate if so . Picking a not for profit scheme would be good..
I got my bike from Ribble (R872) via the GCI. My organisation previously used Cyclescheme but since GCI was so easy, they were happy to sign off on my bike.
use the GCI then encourage employees to utilise vouchers at smaller bike shops?
Thanks guys . Sounds like a good start. Will follow up with the GCI.
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