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RailBusinessDaily Conference at Rolling Stock Networking
We are delighted to announce that railbusinessdaily.com will host a high-profile conference at this year’s inaugural Rolling Stock Networking (RSN) event in Derby.
The conference will feature five leading industry professionals who will share their knowledge, experiences and innovative working practices during five short sessions throughout the day. With speakers drawn from train operating companies, freight operators and the broader rail industry, the presenters and topics will undoubtedly have something of interest to showcase for all delegates.
RSN is free of charge for delegates to attend with a very broad spectrum of organisations from across the rolling stock world already registered to attend and exhibit at the Derby Arena on Thursday, 11th July, 2019. However, booking is essential.
The conference will include panel discussions and Q&A sessions. It will give delegates and exhibitors the opportunity to learn about projects, innovations, successes and real-life railway experiences that will help their businesses to grow and prosper – all delivered in railbusinessdaily.com’s simple but impactful style, which has become synonymous with our unique approach.
David McLoughlin, CEO at railbusinessdaily.com, said: “RSN is a new event that is already drawing the crowds and we are really pleased that the organisers have agreed to let us play our part in what promises to be a fantastic day. We have identified five very high profile speakers and details will be announced via railbusiinessdaily.com in the coming weeks. If you haven’t booked already, it isn’t too late to do so with both delegate and sponsorship opportunities available for anyone who has an interest in all things rolling stock. We hope you can join us at our conference.”
To attend RSN 2019, please register as a visitor at: www.rsnevents.co.uk
Entry includes complimentary access to the Conference.
RSN will take place at the incredible Derby Arena, Royal Way, Derby, DE24 8JB, between 09.30am and 3.30pm on Thursday, 11 July 2019. It’s central location puts it in easy reach for rail people and organisations UK-wide.