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Daily Express – ‘Still a long way to go’: Drivers question car tax changes as e-bikes see popularity boost

Daily Express – ‘Still a long way to go’: Drivers question car tax changes as e-bikes see popularity boost

08/11/2021

London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) expanded its area of operation at the end of October to include millions more residents and their vehicles. The aim of the ULEZ is to help reduce harmful Nitrogen Dioxide by around 30 percent across London as drivers with non-compatible vehicles are charged to drive in the area. It has been estimated

NEWS: City-AM – EV and low emission zones are not a panacea says e-bike boss

NEWS: City-AM – EV and low emission zones are not a panacea says e-bike boss

24/10/2021

Electric cars are not a “panacea that’s gonna fix everything”, said David Watkins, chief operating officer and cofounder of e-bike subscription service DASH Rides. “A more sustainable city is not going to be car-focused, even if that car is an electric vehicle,” he told City A.M. “We need to move to a different way of

NEWS: Open Access – How the 15-minute city concept can revolutionise London

NEWS: Open Access – How the 15-minute city concept can revolutionise London

13/10/2021

Achieving a net-zero 15-minute city seems overly ambitious, especially in highly industrialised cities like London, but, David Watkins, founder and COO at DASH Rides, believes that solutions like integrating e-mobility could be the answer If the past 12 months have taught us anything, it’s that change is inevitable. Few people expected a year like 2020, where the pandemic

NEWS: TechNative – How to create a seamless return to office

NEWS: TechNative – How to create a seamless return to office

11/10/2021

Jamie Milroy, CEO & Co-Founder, DASH Rides “September marked a gradual return to the workplace for a huge raft of employees as organisations kick-started their return to the office strategies. Whilst the transition back to a physical workplace will be welcomed by many, enterprises need to demonstrate that they are empowering people with safe and

NEWS: The Times – How e‑bikes can help to clean up your business

NEWS: The Times – How e‑bikes can help to clean up your business

30/09/2021

Buoyed by riding the former 2012 Olympic cycle route on a daily basis, perhaps it is inevitable that employees of the gin producer Silent Pool Distillers take their cycle commute through the Surrey Hills to their Guildford office seriously. Clad in Lycra, riding in all weathers and negotiating tight bends and steep terrain, the small

NEWS: WeAreTechWomen – How to successfully head back to the office

NEWS: WeAreTechWomen – How to successfully head back to the office

24/09/2021

Jamie Milroy, CEO & Co-Founder, DASH Rides “September marked a gradual return to the workplace for a huge raft of employees as organisations kick-started their return to the office strategies. Whilst the transition back to a physical workplace will be welcomed by many, enterprises need to demonstrate that they are empowering people with safe and sustainable

NEWS: Sunday Express – E-bike providers forecast increase in demand post-pandemic

NEWS: Sunday Express – E-bike providers forecast increase in demand post-pandemic

16/08/2021

DASH Rides, the e-bikes provider to employers, wants to take advantage of the relaxation of pandemic restrictions and expand across the country. Founder and chief executive Jamie Milroy said lockdowns left businesses and other organisations shelving moves to offer e-bikes to employees. However, they are now clamouring to offer them in cycle-to-work schemes as office

NEWS: IS SUSTAINABLE TRAVEL THE FUTURE OF WORK?

NEWS: IS SUSTAINABLE TRAVEL THE FUTURE OF WORK?

10/08/2021

The commute as we knew it may be gone for good, new research conducted by e-bike subscription service DASH Rides reveals. DASH and Sapio Research surveyed over 2,000 city-dwelling, full-time workers, who used to work primarily in the office and now work primarily at home, and discovered that three quarters of those returning to the office

NEWS: Business Info – UK technology executives provide insight on the future of work

NEWS: Business Info – UK technology executives provide insight on the future of work

21/07/2021

Back in 2020, the pandemic transformed the way that organisations operated almost overnight. Now, after almost 16 months the government will lift all COVID-19 regulations in England, with the vast majority also lifted in the other home nations. But, what does this ‘Freedom Day’ mean for UK businesses? Free from pandemic restrictions, organisations must now

NEWS: Bdaily – Freedom Day: The Future of Work is Here

NEWS: Bdaily – Freedom Day: The Future of Work is Here

19/07/2021

Today, all COVID-19 restrictions are being lifted in the UK, prompting businesses to evaluate how and where they will work moving forwards. The organisations that will thrive in this transition will be those that take learnings from the past 16 months and implement effective change. Organisations must acknowledge that technology has been critical in aiding

NEWS: HRnews – 70% of UK workers believe that being in the office will increase their likelihood of promotion

NEWS: HRnews – 70% of UK workers believe that being in the office will increase their likelihood of promotion

09/07/2021

As Freedom Day edges closer, new research from DASH Rides suggests that workers are returning to the office with a belief that doing so has a direct impact on their progression and performance at work.  DASH commissioned independent research, surveying 2,013 full-time city workers earlier this month, and the data affirms the fact that the

NEWS: CityAM – Pandemic pushes pay raise and promotion anxiety among workers

NEWS: CityAM – Pandemic pushes pay raise and promotion anxiety among workers

25/06/2021

The pandemic has stood in the way of employees seeking pay raises and promotions, studies suggest, as lockdowns have knocked personal confidence and rocked company budgets. A survey shared with City A.M. by Love Energy Savings, which polled 1312 UK employees, found that one in three people are less comfortable asking for a pay increase post-pandemic, compared to just