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By Andreas Nelskamp

Rydies at Bits & Pretzels with BMW Group subsidiary Designworks

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Dear Companists,

On 1 October, Rydies participated in Bits & Pretzels and exhibited to an interested audience in the Startup Area. Many companies, corporations, the press, startups, and investors came to the booth to find out about cooperation opportunities.

The chic BMW Active Hybrid E-Bike is not only an eye-catcher in the city; it was also often the focus of discussions about the rapidly growing role of the bicycle in the city and the BMW Group's commitment to micromobility. The BMW Group subsidiary Designworks will initially support Rydies in cross-linking the mobility industry and at selected customer meetings. This is only the beginning of a wider cooperation - stay tuned.

Nico Rossberg, former Formula 1 racing driver, also dropped by the Rydies stand. In addition to fast cars, Nico is also a proud owner of e-bikes and an enthusiastic cyclist and was therefore very interested in our concept.

Rydies - Bits & Pretzels

V.l.n.r.: BMW Active Hybrid Bike, Andreas Nelskamp, Nico Rossberg

 

Weitere Events folgen: Beim Digitalverband Bitkom wird Rydies vor Vertretern der Mobilitätsindustrie, z.B. Deutsche Bahn, Siemens, und Investoren am 15. Oktober im geschlossenen Kreis präsentieren. Am 16. Oktober stellt Rydies auf der mFund-Konferenz des Bundesverkehrsministeriums seine Leistungen im Rahmen des Forums „Daten für die Fahrradnutzung und die Radverkehrsplanung“ zusammen mit Fraunhofer vor.     

 

Aufzeichnung der Videokonferenz vom 21. September 2018

 

From l. to r.: BMW Active Hybrid Bike, Andreas Nelskamp, Niko Rossberg

More events will follow: At the digital association Bitkom, Rydies will present to representatives of the mobility industry, e.g. Deutsche Bahn, Siemens, and investors in a closed circle on 15 October. On 16 October, Rydies will present its services at the mFund conference of the German Federal Ministry of Transport as part of the forum "Daten für die Fahrradnutzung und die Radverkehrsplanung" (“Data for bicycle use and bicycle traffic planning “) together with Fraunhofer. 

 

Recording of the video conference of 21 September 2018

 

Best greetings,

Andreas Nelskamp



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