ESOMAR Congress Charity Bike Ride

an activity where charitable fundraising, sporting excellence and healthy living are combined to create a unique experience for everyone involved. It is an exciting cycling event where you can use your pedal power to help fund our Scholarship Programme.

Help us change the life trajectory of three market research hopefuls by participating and fundraising during our inaugural charity bike ride in Edinburgh! 

The line between work and life is so blurred today that it’s hard to know when and where to draw it. Attending and event, especially an international one, can be exhausting. And when we are talking about the ESOMAR Congress, the flagship event of Market Research industry, the place where creativity, innovation and insights collide; which brings together more than 1000 delegates from all corners of the world, one can feel overwhelmed.

To get into the spirit, this year, ESOMAR Foundation gives you the opportunity to network before the Congress with your colleagues and the other event attendees through an exciting fundraising charity bicycle ride in the surroundings of the beautiful Edinburgh.

Sign up to our exciting fundraising event and use your pedal power to cycle and help fundraise for our Scholarship Programme. We aim to fund 3 new scholarships for deserving students coming from a disadvantaged background. You can help them continue their studies and eventually pursue a career in market research.

This inaugural fundraising charity bike ride is an activity where charitable fundraising, sporting excellence and healthy living are combined to create a unique experience for everyone involved.

The event will take place on Saturday the 7th of September, the weekend before the ESOMAR Congress. You will get to experience Edinburgh and beyond, from quiet cycle paths through woodlands and country parks, historic buildings and cityscape views to sea view esplanades. The route is designed to suit most abilities.  

Caught your interest already? Here are all the things you need to know about the ride.