D2E Director, Robin Cheeseright, is undertaking the 6-day, 1500km cycle ride from London to the MIPIM conference in Cannes from today (Thursday 8th March) and arriving next Tuesday. The ride raises money for children’s charity CORAM.
Robin has been sponsored by TechQuarters, Kene & Partners, Long and Partners and D2E. To recognise the fantastic donations, Robin will be wearing a cycle jersey with the logos of his sponsors (see photo above and keep an eye out for more on our LinkedIn and Twitter).
TechQuarters, D2E’s IT Consultants, are an innovative IT solution provider of Microsoft who, not only design solutions but maintain them as well. You can find out more about TechQuarters here.
Kene Partners are a Research and Development tax specialist, who provide excellent advice that always leads to extra profitability for many types of Clients. You can find out more about Kene Partners here.
Long and Partners are a very knowledgeable Building Services Consultants who provide great design solutions for all ranges of buildings. You can find out more about Long and Partners here.
Their donations go to CORAM, a children’s charity who find adoptive families for children in need of loving, permanent homes, helping traumatised children express their pain through art and music and providing homeless outreach to young people, as well as providing support to parents.
After the grand departure breakfast at St Giles this morning, Robin begins the 148km ride on the first day with his fellow team taking him to Portsmouth, before crossing the channel the next day and riding down France. We wish Robin the best of the luck on the ride and congratulate him on all of the training and the next very tough 6 days that will take him to Cannes.
Keep an eye on our LinkedIn and Twitter this week for updates on Robin’s journey.