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Conferencias y seminarios en inglés en Eurobike.

Andrés Moreno
Eurobike Electric Bike Business Seminar
(Importante para distribuidores y fabricantes)
Draft programme:
Chairman: Erik Oddershede, ETRA President  - Moderator: Ed Benjamin, LEVA Chairman
9.00   : Doors open
9.30   : Opening of the seminar and welcome by Erik Oddershede
9.35   : Machinery Directive – Wilhelm Sonntag, Department Manager Mechanical Products, 
TÜV Rheinland (tbc)
- how to comply with the technical requirements of the Machinery Directive
- how to comply with the administrative requirements of the Machinery Directive
- self-certification vs certification by a test-house/notified body
10.20 : Questions and answers
10.45 : Coffee break
11.00 :  Review of the Type-Approval  - Annick Roetynck, ETRA Secretary General
- State of affairs on the legal procedure
-  Impact on electric bicycles
11.30 : Questions and answers
12.00 : Possible use of satellite applications in the (electric) bike business, by Stefanie Reetz, Eurisy Policy Coordinator. Eurisy is a European non-profit association bridging space and society.
12.15 : Exchange of ideas between Eurisy and the (electric) bike business
12.45 : Conclusions by the moderator
13.00 : Closure of the seminar by the Chairman

Where
Eurobike, Friedrichshafen 
meeting room Berlin, Foyer East, 1 floor

Fees
ETRA associated members: free
Twowheel Retailers: free
LEVA members, but not associated members: € 100
All others: € 150 
Press: free
When
Saturday September 3, 2011 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM CEST

Contact
Annick Roetynck 
European Twowheel Retailers' Association 
etra@pandora.be 
0032-92336005

WFSGI Seminar at EUROBIKE - Register now!

(Este seminario va dirigido a empresas corporativas, o a aquellos que trabajan en una o inician una Start UP)
Open to the public, the World Federation will also organized a seminar on the 31st of August to give further information around the importance of Corporate Responsibility (social & environmental) for the bicycle industry. Anybody can join, but please register: sburkert(at)wfsgi.org.
 
31st August        “The importance of CSR for the Bicycle Industry”
17:00 – 19:00, Room Schweiz
 
17:00                     Opening, Jeroen Snijders-Blok, COO Accell Group and Executive Board WFSGI
17:00 - 17:30      “How to consider and implement CSR in your company?”
                               Hans van Vliet, Corporate Communications Officer Shimano
17:30 - 18:00      Q & A
18:00 - 18:30      “Sharing of audits and how to save money”, Peter Burrows, Fair Factories Clearinghouse (FFC)
18:30 - 19:00      Q & A
 
Topic CSR – WFSGI seeks synergies for the industry
The bicycle industry is facing a growing importance of Corporate Responsibility (social & environmental) in the supply chain. Some big companies are already active, but the bicycle industry consists of many small and middle-sized companies who need to start from scratch and find strategies. They do not have the resources or the knowledge to set up an own system for monitoring all suppliers. On the other hand, it is also not in the interest of the suppliers – who in most cases work for several customers – to be confronted with many different assessment and monitoring systems.
Jeroen Snijders-Blok, COO Accell Group and Executive Board WFSGI, says: “I am convinced that the WFSGI can support to create synergies on Corporate Responsibility within the global bicycle industry by combining the assessment, follow-up and monitoring of our suppliers to dedicated professionals working for an independent company in this field . This is a unique opportunity to join forces on CR. We are responsible but not able to act accordingly as individual companies.”
Based on earlier experiences in the sporting shoes industry, Fair Factories Clearinghouse (FFC) is selected to explain the contribution they can offer to the bicycle industry. Shared efforts create more effective and efficient monitoring practices for brands and the industry. 
Enviado porETRA y WFSGI-
25/08/2011
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