SOLID extends its own event series E-BIKE FEST with a basic event at the Trailcenter Hohe Wand Wiese Vienna.
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Premium E-BIKE FEST St. Anton 25-27.06.2021
Basic E-BIKE FEST Hohe Wand Wiese Vienna 18-19.09.2021

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According to the Federal Ministry of Digitalization and Economic Development, business consultants are entitled to act as Covid-19 representatives, provided they have positively completed the necessary training.
We as SOLID are extremely pleased about this opportunity to successfully implement events and measures with our customers and partners.
In this regard, we take care of the following areas, among others:

regulations to control the flow of visitors,
specific hygiene regulations,
regulations on what to do in the event of a SARS Cov-2 infection,
regulations concerning the use of sanitary facilities,
regulations concerning the serving of food and beverages

Gladly also for your project!

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SOLID was allowed to conduct an in-depth Feasibility Study for the Internationale Bodenseekonferenz (D/A/CH/FL) on the topic of the Summer EYOF Bodenseeregion, building on the previouse basic analysis. The result of the study was presented at the 41st Conference of IBK-Heads of Government.

Read more here.

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Not many events could take place in 2020. There were exceptions. The E-BIKE FEST Wexl Trails 2020 could take place despite restrictions in a “small-version” at the legendary Wexl Trails. The latest models from renowned manufacturers (NOX, Greyp, Woom) were tested and EvilEye provided the right view.
We are already looking forward to next year!

More Info: E-BIKE FEST

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SOLID supported Stockholm Åre in their bid for the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games 2026. Being the world leader in sustainability and the number three of the global democracy index, it appeared that Sweden might be a great fit to partner with the recently reform driven IOC to innovate around the Winter Games.

SOLID was tasked to support the development and presentation of the mobility concept for the bid. A dream job considering the existing infrastructure and sustainable policies in place in Stockholm (global #2 in Arthur D. Little Urban Mobility Index 2018) and across the whole country.

Unfortunately there wasn’t a supporting majority within the IOC membership for the proposed bid. Despite all stated IOC reforms, there was rather interest in evolution than in revolution. With the vote from June 2019, the opportunity to stage the first truly sustainable Winter Games and benefit from an innovation power house like Sweden has been missed.

Congratulations to our competitors from Milan Cortina 2026!

Photo Credits: Greg Martin/IOC

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