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The return of RIN: Bringing railway infrastructure companies together

One of the rail industry’s most popular free-to-attend networking events is back – marking its return at York racecourse next month.

On Thursday, November 18, 100 exhibitors and hundreds of people are expected to attend Rail Infrastructure Networking (RIN) – putting businesses on the right track to success.

There are limited exhibitor spaces left with organisations able to showcase their products and services for just £250+ VAT. Click here to reserve your stand before it’s too late!

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Meanwhile you can visit for free on the day by registering here.

Keven Parker, Rail Director at Jobson James Rail and creator of RIN events, said: “We are delighted to be little over a month away from the return of Rail Infrastructure Networking.

“We’ve all missed the face-to-face events with the response to last month’s Rolling Stock Networking really highlighting the appetite for their return.

“Already there is a great sense of excitement for the return of RIN with exhibitors and visitors signing up to the premier platform in bringing railway infrastructure companies together.”

The popularity should come as no shock to Keven. The event in York, due to take place in November 2020 but cancelled because of the pandemic, was expected to feature up to 100 exhibitors and 500 visitors.

“It has been important for us to only start running the RIN events when it was safe to do so, but also at a time when exhibitors would see a maximum benefit with large numbers of visitors,” he said.

“The main aim of RIN is to create the ideal environment to promote your company with rail industry professionals from across the country in attendance, looking to make new connections and explore new possibilities for their own companies.

“Now is the right time with restrictions lifted and a real hunger in the industry to meet face-to-face and collaborate to grasp the exciting upcoming opportunities in the rail industry.”

RIN events are due to return to quarterly nationwide with the 2022 calendar featuring:

-Thursday, March 10 – London Business Design Centre, Islington.

-Thursday, May 12 – DW Stadium, Wigan.

-Thursday, September 8 – Derby Arena, Derby.

-Thursday, November 17 – York Racecourse.

Keven added: “We are expecting the RIN event in York to be our most successful yet, so I’d recommend that exhibitors act quickly to secure a space.

“All of our events accommodate busy working diaries so people can turn up and leave as and when they want throughout the event.

“For those attending on the day it will prove an invaluable networking opportunity, free of charge, at a time of so much opportunity.

“For everyone attending it will be the chance to make new contacts and reinforce existing relationships, keep up to date with the industry and competitors and network with a wide range of businesses all under one roof.”

“We can’t wait to see you in York.”

Visit rinevents.co.uk for more details.

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