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Rail Forum’s InfraTalk is back – and now it is live

After three successful online infrastructure networking events the Rail Forum is taking InfraTalk on the road to Rail Live.

Rail Live is the largest outdoor rail exhibition in the UK, which brings the rail industry together in a real railway environment.

InfraTalk Live will take place on day one, Wednesday 22nd June, with two sessions during the day. The sessions will be held in a dedicated space within the Advance in Rail marquee (P80) and will each have a Network Rail region and Tier 1 hosts.

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Pre-registration is essential.

Like the online version the format for InfraTalk Live promises a ‘pure networking’ environment for the railway infrastructure sector with no presentations, no applications and no appointments, giving easy access to

engage with key representatives from a number of Tier 1s and Network Rail regions.

To book a place visit the Rail Forum website here. Places are limited to one per company/group.

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