Taking place on 2nd July 2020 at the Derby Arena, RSN has quickly grown to be a major international event in the railway diary. Organised by railway people, for railway people, the accessible and friendly event is close to the heart of the industry.
railbusinessdaily.com (RBD), is the only digital platform dedicated to the rail industry that is voiced by the industry, for the industry. RBD will produce both the Show Preview and the Show Guide. Last year’s show guide can be viewed here.
The Show Preview will set the scene for the show and provide advanced information, allowing delegates to see the growing number of exhibitors, and to get some early commentary from the organisers and speakers, that will again be drawn from the companies that visitors want to hear. The Show Preview will be available by the year end and will be distributed through the RBD news service.
The Show Guide will also be widely published shortly before the show. It will be a comprehensive resource allowing delegates to plan their visit, get to know all of the exhibitors and speakers and to get the very best from the day.
All exhibitors will be contacted by a member of the Railbusinessdaily.com team to be offered the opportunity to showcase their company in both the Show Preview and the Show Guide.
You will also be able to keep up to date with the RSN event via the railbusinesdaily.com news service sign up to receive this by using the subscription box on the railbusinessdaily.com homepage.
Railbusinessdaily.com will also be bringing back the conference for 2020, with a host of fantastic speakers to provide valuable insight and an opportunity for attendees to speak with them directly.
As an affordable option for businesses of all sizes involved in the supply chain for the rolling stock industry, RSN 2020 continues to be the event of choice for those looking to meet customers and suppliers in the industry with minimal outlay.
More than 65 exhibitors are already signed up for RSN 2020, and with RSN 2019 selling out months before the show, prospective exhibitors are encouraged to book early – so take your place and book your space at RSN 2020.
Keven Parker, founder and joint organiser of RSN, said: “The popularity, strength of content and the broad reach of railbusinessdaily.com, provides a significant advantage to both RSN and the RIN family of events. The capability of the RBD team can be seen in the quality of the advertising that both the event and its exhibitors benefit from; not only in the regular news service that promotes the event, but also in the professional delivery of their conference at RSN. In no small measure we recognise the added value that the show preview and show guide provides to our exhibitors and visitors.”
David McLoughlin, founder and Chief Executive of railbusinessdaily.com, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with RSN again ahead of what is set to be a fantastic event.
“This is a great opportunity for businesses to establish and strengthen key partnerships under one roof, as well as gain valuable insight into the innovation and investment happening and how businesses can be involved in that.”
RSN 2020 complemented by the RBD Conference is entirely free to attend, providing access to leading industry speakers and the superb quality of exhibitors that the event is able to offer.
You can also register to attend the event here.
Rolling Stock Networking. 61 Charlotte Street, Birmingham B3 1PX
RSN is an organisation set up by rail professionals for rail professionals. We reserve the right to restrict admission to only those people meeting our qualifying criteria as the events are likely to be oversubscribed.
For general enquiries call 07527 811700