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Julie’s Bicycle announces new associates from live sector

By | Published on Friday 25 November 2011

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Julie’s Bicycle, the body which campaigns to make the music and wider cultural industries more environmentally friendly, has announced that four new companies from the live sector have become Associates, meaning they have made a specific commitment to make their operations more eco-friendly.

The companies making the commitment are live music giant AEG Live and one of its UK-based affiliates, Kilimanjaro Live, plus Birmingham-based venue operator the NEC Group and outdoor event producers Artichoke.

Confirming the new associates, Julie’s Bicycle Director Alison Tickell told CMU: “Week by week more companies are recognising that our creative capital is vested in environmental sustainability. Julie’s Bicycle is really pleased to be working with four new, very different and exciting companies committed to making environmental sustainability core to their business operations”.



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