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The Railway Industry Association (RIA) is extending from mid September to 2 October registration for Early Bird tickets to its Annual Conference, which takes place virtually on 4-6 November.
A flexible format for the conference will allow attendees to jump in and out of sessions throughout the three days, which includes a great line of speakers, the RISE Awards – rewarding excellence in the rail supply industry – and also a participative Cocktail-Making Masterclass on the evening of 4 November.
Speakers include (with more to be announced):
Darren Caplan, Chief Executive of the Railway Industry Association, said: “We’ve had a great response to our Annual Conference, and we wanted to extend our Early Bird Ticket opportunity so even more have the chance to join us at the best possible rate.
“In this truly extraordinary year with so much to discuss, our flagship Annual Conference will include a great line-up of speakers and interviews, panels, and networking sessions, which delegates will be able to jump in and out of throughout the three days. We will also host our prestigious Rail Industry Supplier Excellence (RISE) Awards and a fun participative Cocktail-Making Masterclass for all conference participants on the first night. An event not to be missed.”
The Early Bird Rate for RIA members and supporters is just £115, until 2 October. Delegates can register to attend here.
Click here for more details.
About RIA: The Railway Industry Association (RIA) is the voice of the UK rail supply community, helping to grow a sustainable, high-performing, railway supply industry, and to export UK rail expertise and products. RIA has 300+ companies in membership in a sector that contributes £36 billion in economic growth and £11 billion in tax revenue each year, as well as employing 600,000 people. It is also a vital industry for the UK’s economic recovery, supporting green investment and jobs in towns and communities across the UK. RIA’s membership is active across the whole of railway supply, covering a diverse range of products and services and including both multi-national companies and SMEs (60% by number). RIA works to promote the importance of the rail system to UK plc, to help export UK expertise around the globe and to share best practice and innovation across the industry. http://www.riagb.org.uk
This article first appeared on www.railbusinessdaily.com
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