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Good luck to Mechanical Engineering student James Johnson

16 May 2014

Paradise Cycles was started by James Johnson, a third year mechanical engineering student here at SEMS, and his business partner, Louis, eight months ago.

Paradise Cycles is a social enterprise which supports the cycling community and not only offers bicycle repairs, but teaches people how to service their own bike and also provides a custom-build service. Paradise Cycles is the first pop-up bike shop to operate regularly on Queen Mary’s University campus.

As a result of the success of Paradise Cycles, James has been nominated for a Lived It award which recognises and showcases the very best of young social entrepreneurs, their projects and supporters. James is competing for the Enterprise Award which will be awarded to a social enterprise which demonstrates a strong business model aligning to its social values and outcomes.

The winners will be announced tonight (Friday May 16th). Good luck James from all at SEMS!
Contact:James Johnson
Email:info@paradisecycles.co.uk
Website:www.paradisecycles.co.uk

Updated by: Corinne Hanlon