Looking back at last year, and forward to this one
TLDR: Keep the wheels turning in 2022. Our newsletters are short and sweet, just like our service and our website, plain and simple. This was the first one, sent out on New Years Eve. Dankie!
Thanks for supporting us! In 2021, we’ve established the Bicycle Couriers brand, built networks, added service providers, and (maybe most importantly) we had loads of FUN.
What have we learned? Single boxed bike transfers are most certainly a lot more ‘involved’ than filling bicycle trailers and heading off to a race. But I do like all the extra family time, now that I can sit here and organize bicycle transport across the country, from the comfort of my office 😊
What have we achieved? We’ve serviced hundreds of happy clients (you are what makes this business tick); gained stellar reviews (why thank you kind sirs); and reached #1 in the Google organic rankings for our field (that says a lot).
What’s next? We’ll continue doing what we love in 2022 and you can look forward to some curious interviews with cyclists and industry players (so subscribe to our blog or check back often). Oh, and to date I’ve only focused on the website, so with the help of Myflow Media Optimization we’ll kickstart the social media side as well.
How was it for you? If you want to pay us a compliment, or tell us where we can improve, have your say below. As you’ve probably heard already, we’re a (customer-centric) growing company and take your opinion very seriously. So let us have it.
Thanks again, have a lovely new year, and do spread the word 🙂
Nico & Team.
If you were wondering about the featured image, it is the Stelvio Pass, Stilfs, South Tyrol, Italy. Taken by Jarco Penning with a Xiaomi MI 9 and published on April 24, 2021 // Stelvio Pass including the warning sign double bend.